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Kershaw 5505 Turismo

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Like its bigger brother, the Collateral, the Turismo flipper stays hidden in the stainless steel handle when it is open. With a handle length of 3.8 inches, it will not take up much space in the pocket, yet users can easily achieve a four-finger grip. Its black PVD coating adds an extra-stealthy look to your loadout. The blade is similarly compact at 2.8 inches. A gently curved belly provides ideal cutting power for everyday tasks. Finally, the custom backspacer includes small, hexagon-shaped cutouts for a little added interest. The Turismo proves that small knives can deliver big features and big performance.

  • Sleek, compact Kershaw with hidden flipper in the open position
  • D2 high-carbon tool steel blade is highly wear resistant, tough, offers excellent edge retention
  • Black-oxide coating adds stealthy look and corrosion resistance
  • Opens quickly and extra-smoothly with SpeedSafe® assisted opening and KVT ball bearing washers
  • Custom backspacer; deep-carry pocketclip is easily reversible for left/right carry


  • Status NEW
  • Use Everyday
  • Type Assisted
  • Style Pocketknife
  • Designer Kershaw Originals
  • Blade Style Leaf
  • Blade Edge Plain
  • Opening Action Assisted SpeedSafe® with KVT ball bearings
  • Opens With Flipper
  • Lock Type Frame lock
  • Pocketclip Reversible deep-carry (right/left, tip-up)
  • Handle Color Black
  • Hardware Custom backspacer
  • Warranty Limited Lifetime Warranty


  • Blade Length 2.9 in. (7.3 cm)
  • Blade Material D2
  • Blade Finish/Coating Satin finish, sanded flats
  • Blade Thickness 0.121 in. (3 mm)
  • Closed Length 3.9 in. (10 cm)
  • Handle Material Stainless steel
  • Handle Finish/Coating Black PVD coating
  • Handle Thickness 0.43 in. (10.9 mm)
  • Overall Length 6.75 in. (17.1 cm)
  • Weight 3.3 oz. (94 g)

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    Kershaw 5505 Turismo

    Posted by Mountain Fisher on 17th Aug 2021

    It is a great knife and the blade geometry is perfect for cutting just about anything with the slight curve and a flat grind to the spine. The D2 has been done right and really holds an edge very well. It fits perfectly in my watch pocket, but the clip leaves something to be desired if wearing pants without a stiff pocket seam. The power assist is a little too powerful and that little flipper is why it got 4 stars instead of 5, it tends to hurt your finger if you don't push it just right. I use the slotted hole to open it and beware of popping it open too much too hard or the pivot screw will come a little loose. Mine came with no play in anyway and the liner lock only took a week to smooth out and open easy. It's a great knife except that small flipper, well worth $50. You won't be sorry you bought it.