SHOT Show 2019 Wrap-Up

SHOT Show 2019 is a wrap! We hope you enjoyed reading the coverage as much as we enjoyed providing it! Stay tuned to KnifeNews.com for further coverage on all the new models we saw this year – including some we didn’t have time to cover during the show. There was so much to look at and still plenty to get excited about in the weeks to come.

In case you missed any of the news, you can check out all of our SHOT 2019 stories here – but we’ve also listed them below to save you a click. Some makers chose to unveil their new lineups ahead of SHOT itself: if you haven’t had a chance to see the new for 2019 Spyderco, Benchmade, CRKT, and Cold Steel models, make sure to check out those stories too (also listed below):

Pre-SHOT Reveals:
CRKT Unveils New for 2019 Lineup

CRKT and Joe Caswell Announce Production Morphing Karambit

Demko Scorpion Lock Headlines Cold Steel’s 2019 Lineup

New Benchmade Models Begin to Appear

Spyderco Releases First 2019 Product Reveal

Day 1:

Zero Tolerance and Kershaw’s Latest on Display: ZT kept things restrained, but Kershaw came out with nearly 20 new knives, including designs from Gus T. Cecchini and Les George.

Buck Emphasizes EDC and Affordability: Buck drove their new everyday carry-focused mindset with the new Sprint series.

Emerson Brings Six New Blades: Another slew of handsome, rugged knives – including two fixed blades – from the EKI workshop.

Day 2:

KA-BAR Collaborates on New Flipper and Thrower: The Orleans, NY giant brings in fresh talent for its two latest.

Steel Will Gives New Working Knives the Spotlight: Another batch of high-quality, budget friendly offerings from Steel Will.

Kizer Keeps It Coming with the Collabs: More collaborators are brought onboard at Kizer, and old friends put out some new designs.

Day 3:

WE and CIVIVI Play to Their Strengths: Four models help both of these labels start the year off feeling fresh.

Fox Tries Out Fresh Take on the TUR: The Voxnaes modern classic gets a thoughtful, interesting rejigging.

SOG Exhibits Big New XR Lock Knife: SOG positions itself for an even bigger 2020 with a concentrated, strategic set of new models.

Day 4:

Les George and Pro-Tech Pair Up Again: George was all over SHOT 2019, and his latest from Pro-Tech is a new auto inspired by the Rockeye.

Medford Unleashes Dynamic Duo: Two new knives from Medford are complete opposites.


Knife in Featured image: Spyderco Para 3 Lightweight

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