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Kershaw-sharp fly-tying scissors with micro-serrated edge
Did you know that Kershaw makes great fly-tying scissors? Yep. These are high-precision tools with razor-sharp edges and a very fine point. Every fly-tyer knows the right tools makes tying more satisfying—and these are definitely the right tools.
Lightweight, super comfortable, and able to cut through a wide variety of materials, the Kershaw Skeeter I and Skeeter II are the ones you want. Many tyers choose one of each; the Skeeter I non-serrated scissors for fine, precision work and the Skeeter II scissors with micro-serrations for cutting wire or other heavier duty materials.
Compact and durable, both Skeeter I and Skeeter II are designed to make short work of a wide variety of materials—from feathers and deer hair to wire and tinsel. An extra fine point provides for precise trimming. The comfortable finger loops provide precise control during use. Dry files, wet flies, nymphs, or streamers, whatever you’re tying, you’re going to need a good pair of scissors. Probably two. Pick up the Skeeter I and II today and you won’t be disappointed. Crafters will also find Kershaw’s Skeeter scissors to be a great help in creating smaller or very precise projects.
Serrations assist in cutting through particularly tough or fibrous material, such as rope or cord. The scalloped serration offers even cutting power on both push and pull strokes and doesn't “tear” the material as much as other serration styles.
- Blades: Stainless steel
- Handle: Soft-grip finger hole over-mold Overall
- Length: 4 1/4 in. (10.7 cm)
- Weight: 0.8 oz