Tag Archives: Spyderco

GEAR REVIEW: SPYDERCO EUROEDGE™

It’s unlikely that knifemaker Ed Schempp intended his EUROEDGE design to be described as a gentleman’s pocket folder; however, its ethnic elegance, materials and construction merit the accolade. This is one gorgeous faux pocket pugnale! Read my review …

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Sneak Peek: SPYDERCO EUROEDGE™

I’m very fond of the Italian and Spanish gentlemen’s pocket knives. Lion Steel, from Italy, and Miguel Nieto, from Spain, are two Euro designers that come to mind. Now, Spyderco’s EUROEDGE™ falls superbly into the gentleman’s folder genre with a … Continue reading

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Spyderco MANIX 2 GRAY MAXAMET

It’s rare to encounter a folding knife that fills the role of a tactical folder and EDC equally well; however, since its introduction the Manix folders have done just that. In 2017, the Manix 2 MAXAMET raises the performance bar … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek: Spyderco MANIX™ 2 GRAY MAXAMET

Spyderco never ceases to amaze me with their innovation and commitment to quality. The company introduced in 2017 a version of the Maxim 2 designed with a blade crafted from Carpenter® steel’s Micro-Melt® Maxamet® alloy. The Maxamet alloy gives this … Continue reading

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A Look At Six Spyderco Folders For 2017

Spyderco one of the most highly regarded knife makers in the world was founded by Sal Glesser. The first product Spyderco produced was the Portable Hand in 1976, this “spider-shaped device”, which gave the company its name, was a series … Continue reading

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TEN HOLIDAY GIFTS THAT ARE SURE TO MAKE SOMEONE VERY HAPPY (1–5)

  Spyderco added a new interpretation to its highly successful Para Military 2. The new for 2016 Para Military 2 Dark Blue is the company’s latest addition to its Dark Blue line of CPM S110V knives. In this review, I … Continue reading

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Spyderco Street Beat Black A Fred Perrin Design

If looking and holding Spyderco’s Street Beat doesn’t float your boat, you may want to check your vitals. This little fixed blade knife has all of the sex appeal of a Lamborghini HURACÁN LP 610-4 AVIO. The Street Beat is … Continue reading

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SNEAK PREVIEW: SPYDERCO STREET BEAT IN BLACK

Coming up this July, we’ll introduce readers to Spyderco’s Street Beat compact fixed blade knife. This edged weapon is possibly the best implementation of a compact fixed blade knife that we’ve ever had the pleasure to review. Everything from blade … Continue reading

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Gear Review: Spyderco Para Military 2 Dark Blue

  Spyderco added a new interpretation to its highly successful Para Military 2. The new for 2016 Para Military 2 Dark Blue is the company’s latest addition to its Dark Blue line of CPM S110V knives. In this review, I … Continue reading

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THE SPYDER STRIKES AGAIN! SPYDERCO PARA MILITARY 2 A SNEAK PREVIEW

Spyderco, enjoys a global reputation for some of the best folding and fixed blade knives on the market. In 2016, they introduce its new and measurably enhanced Para Military 2 with an SV110 steel blade that is sure to be … Continue reading

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WITH SPYDERCO AT SHOT SHOW 2016

I had a great visit with our friends at Spyderco who were kind enough to take us through their interesting and very attractive new offerings for 2016. The Spyder produces exceptional folding and fixed blade knives; absolutely some of the … Continue reading

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OUR 2015 HOLIDAY GIFT GIVING IDEAS

Each year we go back through many of the items we’ve had the opportunity to review and select 10 that we feel would make exceptional gifts or stocking stuffers. The selection criteria is heavily influence by function, reliability, relevance and … Continue reading

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Spyderco’s Reverse – A Unique Craig Douglas and Michael Janich Compromise

Where some knives lend themselves to specific combat styles, Spyderco’s Reverse is very much style agnostic. This is a fighting knife with a totally cool twist. A collaboration between Craig Douglas and Michael Janich, two trainers and marshal artists with … Continue reading

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Sneak Preview: Spyderco’s Reverse

  From the winner of two awards at Blade Show 2015, Atlanta, can you say Spyderco Reverse? Well we sure can and we’re going to tell you all about this very cool and ingenious fixed blade from one of the … Continue reading

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SPYDERCO INTRODUCED A NUMBER OF NEW KNIVES AT SHOT SHOW 2015

The MATRIARCH 2 with the Emerson Opener has a very aggressively serrated Reverse “S” blade that does an amazing job of cutting through harnesses, web belts, etc. It is an ideal tool for our EMS folks. The Emerson Opener snags … Continue reading

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Knives International Review Issue 0 2015

Knives International is published  by Italian publishing powerhouse C.A.F.F. EDITRICE, Via L. Sabatelli 1 20154 Milano (MI) Tel: 0234537504. C.A.F.F. Editrice has released issue 0 of Knives International. It’s great copy especially for those that want an upscale view of … Continue reading

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Gear Review: Spyderco’s Serrata–A Stuart Ackerman Design

Spyderco and Stuart Akerman have done an amazing job producing what is one of the best bush knives I’ve run across in quite a while. The Serrata is stout yet very nimble and its Cast 440C blade delivers a vicious … Continue reading

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Sneak Preview: Spyderco’s Serrata

  We’ll be moving into July with a review of Spyderco’s Serrata. Quality and feel are impressive, but this Stuart Ackerman design has a rather interesting metallurgy that we’ll introduce in our upcoming review… So, stay with us.

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SHOT SHOW 2014 Spyderco Stuart Ackerman Serrata

If you’re looking for a exceptional bush knife, you need to checkout Spyderco’s Serrata, a collaboration with Stuart Ackerman. A prototype of this knife was introduced in 2013. Picking this knife up feels like an extension of your hand. The … Continue reading

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Spyderco ‘ s Enuff Leaf – Review

Let’s face it, tactical folders are an indispensible component of anyone’s kit; earning that standing because they are compact and weigh considerably less than the MK3 Mod 0 I use to carry. But, they fail! And, sometimes at the most … Continue reading

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Spyderco’s ENUFF Leaf An Amazing Small Fixed Blade Knife

Spyderco’s ENUFF Leaf, fixed blade, stands as a monument to the concept that quite often good things come in small packages. Check out my March review of this little gem, from a great company, to find out why so many … Continue reading

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Spyderco’s Dragonfly The Little Knife That Could

Spyderco, based in Golden, Colorado, is the perfect example of an American success story. The company was founded in 1978 by Sal Glesser and his wife Gail, who started producing knife sharpeners and in 1981 Spyderco produced its first folding … Continue reading

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Spyderco Dragonfly The Little Knife That Could…

When it comes to Spyderco, size does not matter. I’ll be reviewing this little gem of an EDC knife for you this July…

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