The Kizer Corto Pocketknife: The Full Nick Shabazz Review

Today, we’re going to take a look at a surprisingly good knife from Kizer, the in-house-designed ‘Corto’.


Mike Gregerick says:

Nice looking knife. Looks pretty slicey. Thanks for the review.

jandlp14 says:

Nothing beats a big behind that you can get a grip on!

Nico Albrektsen says:

These are 90-100 bucks new on places like amazon or blade hq. idk where ya got the $160 price tag, but for the 90-100 this is an ABSOLUTE gem in my books

landon798123 says:

Please do a review on the steel will intrigue. Thank you.

Rick Temmen says:

It’s a good knife for $35

Jester Cat says:

You mentioned in the bad you could not open it slowly with a controlled action. It can easily be done, but not in the conventional method. If you pinch the blade between the thumb and middle finger you can slowly pull it out of the handle. Once it starts opening the thumb slides naturally to the stud and it opens slowly and smoothly.

Le Lemon says:

All kizers look the same to me… Swirly pivot, rounded titanium handle, framelock. Even spydercos’ frn backlocks are more varied.

Randall Kelley says:

Look, nobody needs a knife that cuts, come on, we just want something to look good! After all operators have to look GGOOOODD!.

Iammightymeaty says:

I’m finding them online under 100 bucks.

Jorge Velilla says:

“Tactical banana”

zero 4U says:

RIP Derrick Bohn!

Raul 67 says:

Corto also translates to “I cut” in Spanish.

Tristin Mccomb says:

I have been waiting to buy this exact knife until I seen a nick Shabazz review..

Mt. Baldwin says:

Why would kizer have you review a knife that’s discontinued, been on clearance for months and now is nearly sold out? Also if you want to roll it open, just put your thumb on he blade right under the stud (on the kizer symbol) and it rolls open easily.

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