Kershaw, makers of the Kershaw folding knife, will stop making them by 2024.
The company said it will stop production of Kershaw Knives at the end of the year.
The maker of the knife, Knives, will continue to offer knives for sale online.
The knives will be discontinued “as we focus on our strategic business, business processes and the broader strategic direction for the company,” the company said in a statement.
Knives will be made in Canada and will continue selling to retailers.
It said the knife company will continue working with retailers to deliver products with the best design, functionality and service.
“Kershaw Knits is proud to continue delivering high-quality knives to our customers.
We are focused on creating products that deliver the highest-quality and value to our loyal customers, which includes our customers in North America and Europe,” the statement said.
Knives will continue shipping the knives and knives will continue being made in the U.S. and elsewhere in Asia.
The blades, which were introduced in 2009, are used for folding knives.
The announcement came just two weeks after Kershaw announced it was shutting down production of its Kershaw knife line.
It will make all Kershaw knives obsolete by 2024, the company announced.
Kershaws were created in the 1960s as a replacement for the Swiss Army knife.
It is also a brand of the Italian brand Nautilus, which has been making folding knives since the 1980s.
The U.K. company was founded by Thomas Kershaw and his father, Robert Kershaw.
The two sons decided to create the company when they wanted to make their own knives.