Zero Tolerance is a series of knives from Kershaw that focused on building professional-grade combat knives designed to survive harsh conditions. These are tough, high quality knives with high end steel, overbuilt locks, assisted openings and all sorts of other cool goodies that tactical knife enthusiasts like myself love.
Zero Tolerance Knife Reviews:
I have had the pleasure and fortune to review a number of ZT knives. What follows is all of my Zero Tolerance reviews including some of their best models:
- Zero Tolerance 0808 Review
Zero Tolerance has had some interesting releases in 2015. What especially intrigued me was their addition of a few smaller folders to the line up. The 0450, 0900 and
- Zero Tolerance 0620 Review
I have given Zero Tolerance a lot of air time - especially over the past year. So I actually had to pause and think when my BladeHQ pre-order for the 0620 popped into my inbox. I try to feature a variety of knives fro ... continue reading
- Zero Tolerance 0562 cf Review
By this point we have seen quite a few of Hinderer / KAI collabs hit the market, and I have covered them extensively on the blog. We started with the heavily built 0550, moved to the critically acclaimed 0560, a knife ... continue reading
- Zero Tolerance 0801 Review
Titanium framelock flippers. Are we sick of them yet? No? Great, because I've got another titanium framelock flipper review for you today. Given the rapid influx of titanium framelock flippers on the market, I initial ... continue reading
- Zero Tolerance 0454 Review
Every so often as a knife collector I have had my expectations taken up a notch. For purposes of this introduction I'll call them "game changing blades." Making the jump from a $25 knife to a $65 knife was one such mo ... continue reading
- Zero Tolerance 0566 Review
I have recently been making regular appearances on the GearGeeksLive podcast with Tony and Andrew. Tony and I recently had Thomas Welk from KAI (Kershaw/Zero Tolerance) on the air for an episode about KAI. Although it ... continue reading
- Zero Tolerance 0560 Review
Finally! A Zero Tolerance 0560 review. It feels like forever ago since the 560 was first announced at the 2011 BLADE Show. Since then I have heard the rumors, ogled the pre-production photos, and even caught a glimpse ... continue reading
- Zero Tolerance 0350 Review
My Zero Tolerance 0300 got a lot of looks when I carried it around. At over 9" long and with a weight of 8.6 ounces, it definitely raised some eyebrows. The excellent S30V blade was a force to be reckoned with, and I ... continue reading
- Zero Tolerance 0550 and 0551 Review
Today I am taking a look at the Zero Tolerance 0550, a special collaboration between ZT and Rick Hinderer of Hinderer Knives. Rick has been making knives and self defense weapons for over 20 years. He started out spe ... continue reading
- Zero Tolerance 0300 Review
When Zero Tolerance first came on the scene the 0300 is one of their knives that really caught my eye. The graceful curves reminded me of some deep sea mammal while the construction reminded me of a semi truck. So I w ... continue reading
Zero Tolerance Knives
Zero Tolerance (ZT) has only recently appeared on the knife scene. I want to say this line is just a couple years old, but they have already made a big impression on the knife world. ZT partnered up early with famed designer Ken Onion to come up with some wicked designs. Since Ken has since moved on to CRKT, it will be interesting to see what direction ZT goes into.
My guess is whatever direction ZT does, they will do great. They have recently done some collaborations with another knife industry legend, Rick Hinderer of Hinderer knives. Between their collaborations with Rick Hinderer and Ken Onion, Zero Tolerance is coming out with some seriously heavy duty folders. I love the thick framelocks and ultra-high end steels ZT keeps using. This is definitely a brand to watch, and I will be doing many more ZT reviews in the future.
Zero Tolerance is also a proud partner with the Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA). ZT donates a portion of the proceeds from every sale of a ZT knife to the PVA. This is super cool in my book and makes purchasing a Zero Tolerance blade just a little more rewarding – they couldn’t have picked a more worthy cause.