Doesn't sound like you've used one. The Caribbean has some of the grippiest scales Spyderco makes, In all directions. Truly the best pattern Spyderco makes.
Ive got one. Ive used it plenty. We might just have to agree to disagree on this one.Sumdumguy wrote:Doesn't sound like you've used one. The Caribbean has some of the grippiest scales Spyderco makes, In all directions. Truly the best pattern Spyderco makes.
I love them. I'm trying to get a set made in CF that retains the same grip pattern, but I can't find anyone that is man enough to....
That's the one and only reason I don't own, and likely EDC a Caribbean. Fantastic design.
Have you ever tried RIT dye? It's pretty simple to use. I've done fixed blade scales, folder scales, and even a sheath.
I’ve been advocating for a peel-ply CF sprint for some time now. I can’t say that love or hate them, I love the design just hate the color. My wife on the other hand thinks it’s the best looking Spyderco.Dazen wrote: ↑Sat Oct 26, 2019 4:52 pm
I actually agree with leaving the pattern of the scales the same. Having the beautiful weave of the carbon fiber exposed with the same cuts as before and still leaving the peel-ply texture on top for grip. I can’t think of a better way to showcase the carbon fiber and it will sort of look fluted as well. IMO, this with the sheepsfoots blade may just be The One for me that knocks every other knife out of my pocket!