Had mine a couple of years. No problems with it . It’s been in my pocket every time I am in the garden. I also used it for fishing until I got an Atlantic about a year ago. The only maintenance it receives is a rinse under warm water and a wipe down to dry it and sharpening on the brown stones of a ...
Hi, I’d lurked for a while following discussions and then had questions of my own.
I stayed because of the people.
I learn something new every time I check in. Sharpening ,metallurgy, ergonomics, history and the ‘industry’ . It’s all here.
Thank you Sal for making it possible.
This is the best reveal so far, for me anyway. Although my wallet may disagree.
Dragoncliffe k390, UKPK, Stretch, lil’ Native.
Not forgetting the new understated Roadies, at first glance I thought they were micarta.
I think that slow sales of the original versions and the shipping steel to China part of the cost equation are probably the limiting factors.
The Rock/Leaf Jumper may ultimately fill this niche as the handle ergonomics look similar.
Although they are backlocks.
I arrived late to the Spyderco party unfortunately and missed out on a lot of the classics. I can still remember seeing the C-54 for the first time and the disappointment in finding out they were no longer in production. It is a quintessential Spydie for me , in that I judge all other models by this...
I was reading the XL Roadie discussion last night and was thinking to myself, why is there no serrated Roadie? And today... :cool:. I would definitely be interested in this. The serrated blade on the Clipitool PE + SE was my introduction to Spyderco’s SE and is similar in shape and pretty much the s...