If you like the Kershaw Half-Ton, but just need a bigger knife, your wish has been granted. The answer is the Kershaw One-Ton. Its wide, fat blade is a full inch longer than the Half-Ton’s and it’s ready to take on all your heavy-duty tasks. The One-Ton is a stout utility knife, with a solid feeling in the hand. Because a wider blade simply has more steel in it, the blade is quite strong and the blade steel, 8Cr13MoV, is quality steel that we precision heat-treat to bring out its high-performance characteristics. The One-Ton’s wide blade offers excellent slicing capabilities, which we enhance even more by our choice of blade stock and grind. We chose a blade stock of .121 inches (3 cm) thick and gave the blade high panel grinds—so even though the blade is wide, it still slices well because two-thirds of the blade has been thinned. A hollow grind on the edge further enhances the knife’s multi-purpose abilities. The handle is textured G-10 on the front and it has a 410 stainless steel back. Since only the front has a liner, this big knife is not as heavy as you’d expect. It comes with a reversible pocketclip for tip-up or tip-down carry. A frame lock makes blade lockup extra secure.