Top five CS:GO Classic knives
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Are you looking for a knife to showcase on your knife rounds? Look no further! Today we are taking a look at the Classic knife. The Classic style knife offers beautiful blades like the other knives in CS:GO and offer a simplistic design similar to that of a Bayonet. Here are some of the most beautiful Classic knives you can sport and be the talk of the entire lobby.
Getting fifth place on today's top five is the Case Hardened Classic knife. The Case Hardened Classic knife sports the iconic, stained design with blue, yellow, and purple colors that we are familiar with on all other knives in CS:GO. The rarest Case Hardened pattern index is one that is almost completely blue, which is called a Blue Gem. The Case Hardened Classic knife will set you back about $250, while a StatTrak goes for about $300. Classic knives can only be pulled from a CS20 Case.
Getting number four for Classic knives is the Slaughter. The Slaughter design is another one that makes frequent appearances on my top fives due to the pattern index of the knife having so much variety. For those that don't know, the Slaughter has designs on both sides of the blade, and each side can have a differing pattern. The Slaughter Classic knife isn't a cheap one at about $400, and a StatTrak being about $450.
Earning the bronze medal today is the Vanilla Classic knife. The Vanilla Classic knife is unpainted but offers the most obvious display of the wavy pattern that is found on Classic knives. Some of the other knives on this list masks the wavy pattern due to their design, or get rid of it altogether. I like how the Vanilla makes it a focal point, whereas the others don't. The Vanilla Classic knife isn't very basic when it comes to the price at about $380, and the StatTrak being about $480.
Our silver medalist is the Crimson Web Classic knife. The Crimson Web design sports a crimson blade with a black web pattern throughout the blade and a jet black handle. The Crimson Web is another frequent flier on my top fives, usually at first or second. The Crimson Web Classic would have been number one for me if the grip wasn't so smooth. All of the other Classic knives on this list have grooves and realistic grips, but this one looks like a sander was taken to it until it was smooth. I love the design, aside from that. The Crimson Web Classic knife will run you about $360, while a StatTrak goes for about $430. The price of the Crimson Web can fluctuate greatly depending on the pattern index.
Taking home the trophy for Classic knives is the Fade. The Fade is yet another frequent on my lists, one that usually comes in at first and battles with the Crimson Web. The Fade design is probably the most iconic in all of CS:GO. The blade on Fades starts off purple then fades into red, orange, and yellow. The Fade Classic knife won over the Crimson Web this time due to the grip remaining realistic and like the other knives on the list, where the Crimson Webs looks a little funny, to me. The Fade Classic knife follows the lead of other Fades in being extremely expensive at about $680, and a StatTrak being around $800.
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