★ Classic Knife | Fade
A classic of the Counter-Strike series, the edge of this knife is press-fit Stellite perfectly held in place due to its precise fit with the titanium on the blade's cheek and spine. The handle is fossilized mastodon ivory held in a carbon fibre pocket. It has been painted by airbrushing transparent paints that fade together over a chrome base coat. This isn't just a weapon, it's a conversation piece - Imogen, Arms Dealer In Training
The ★ Classic Knife | Fade was first introduced to CS2 4 years ago, on October 18th, 2019. It was released as part of the CS20 Case, alongside the "CS20 Case Skins" update.
The ★ Classic Knife | Fade can be obtained by opening a CS20 Case container. The skin is not part of any collections.
With a popularity of 99%, the ★ Classic Knife | Fade is currently extremely popular, which makes it one of the most popular items in CS2. This popularity measurement is based on the daily sales volume and the price of the skin.
The ★ Classic Knife | Fade is one of 391 other Knife skins. The rarity of the skin is Covert, which makes the Fade an ultra rare drop with an estimated drop chance of just 0.26%.
With a price range between $574.50 and $671.66, the ★ Classic Knife | Fade is an extremely expensive skin. Fortunately, it's currently widely available and can be purchased on multiple different markets. There are currently 5.5K units of the Fade in public CS2 inventories.
The float value of the ★ Classic Knife | Fade ranges from 0.00 to 0.08, which makes the skin available in Factory New and Minimal Wear. For each exterior, there also exists a StatTrak version for the Fade.
This Classic Knife has been painted in a "Anodized Airbrushed" style, with the Fade finish. This style emulates applying the candy coat via freehand airbrushing. The look of the Fade finish is affected by its pattern index.
The ★ Classic Knife | Fade has received over 930 votes on CSGOSKINS.GG, leading to an average rating of 4.3 out of 5 stars. The skin is currently also owned by the professional CS2 players kjaerbye, zehn and brehze.