The Kershaw Atmos (4037) is an EDC folding knife that provides you
with a little bit of subtle flair. The blade is a slim, modified drop
point with top swedge, machine satin finished on the grinds and satin
sanded on the flats. The handle is lightweight G10 with a secure—and
weight-reducing—inset liner lock. The handle has a layer of carbon
fiber, yes. But it is unlike others you may have seen.
To ensure your experience with the Atmos is cloud-smooth and blue-sky
easy, Kershaw chamfered—smoothed and angled—the edges of the carbon
fiber to make sure it feels comfortable when you hold it in your hand
and that it glides into and out of your pocket smoothly and easily, too.
Designed by Dmitry Sinkevich, the Atmos features Sinkevich’s
characteristic clean and practical design—but enhanced with extra
detailing. In addition to the chamfered carbon-fiber, it also has a
custom oversized pivot, a backspacer with wide lanyard attachment, and a
reversible, deep-carry pocketclip. This manual knife opens quickly and
easily with Kershaw’s KVT ball-bearing opening system. Extra detailing
like this gives the Atmos a refined style that easily bridges the gap
from workday to night on the town.