To speak generally... while a knife is the wrong tool for the job if its going to happen theres a few common factors.
A fixed blade will probably be better than a folder. Not always but alot of times yes.
Thick blade stock is always going to help.
What blade material matters as well. Will it bend or break?
Then comes blade geometry. You need a robust tip, sabre grind or frankly alot of the others are probably going to be better than flat grind with a distal taper.
Then comes the rest of the construction of the knife and whether it will handle it.
Seems like the more you try and turn a pocket knife into a pry bar the worse it becomes at being a knife. Its a hard balance to strike in knife design. I guess Im saying when I see it done right I appreciate the design.
If your asking which spyderco folders are better at it then im going to say Shaman, sabre ground endura 4, and whatever h1 salt series knives have the thickest blade stock. So atlantic and pacific salt, which are also sabre ground. Assuming the linerless frn on those salts is actually as tough as everyone says it is.