+1 . . I really like the concept, but the lack of even a small wire clip is a deal breaker for me as well.kbuzbee wrote:Certainly my classiest, as well, but the upcoming Gayle Bradley looks pretty slick. No clip may be a deal breaker for me, but it's one honey of a knife.
*Landon*sal wrote: .... even today, we design a knife from the edge out!
Adriaan, thanks for starting this thread. I hadn't really paid close attention to the Bradley Air. It seems to be much that I like in a compact "classy" knive. I hadn't really noticed it was a linerlock. So many of the "smaller" knives are lockback which are good, but I prefer the linerlock. Coupled with M4, weighing 1.27 ounces, and made in Taiwan, this should be a very "classy" knife. I wasn't planning on getting one of these. Will now have to reconsider.Adriaan wrote:I find the spyderco walker the most classy and beautiful gentleman knife. Even compared to other brands, i still like this design the most. The böker walker can't compete to this model. I like it even more than the klotzli walker designs. The blade shape of the spyderco walker is outstanding and the spydie hole is so much nicer then a thumb stud would be on this one. This is definitely an office knife for a gentleman, like a lawyer or businessman.
If spyderco will produce future walker sprint runs. I'm will be very interested.
I'm waiting on my walker blue almite (vg10) Yes i found one brand new in a shop in Amsterdam. It was not super cheap, but i think it's worth it. The ZDP walker is also nice Cool design!
Which folder do you find the most classy gentleman knife?