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Teach your kids how pocket knives work and enjoy a fun family project at the same time.
Since its original release in 1997, the Native has been a mainstay of the Spyderco product line and a flagship of our Am...
Why do knife companies apply animal-like names and descriptions to their knives?
Being tenacious means one holds fast.
The Spyderco Para-Military2 was released in 2010 with several changes over the classic version.
Japanese knifemaker Kazuyuki Sakurai specializes in intricate, handcrafted folding knives, many of which are inspired by...
The Spyderco Native Chief takes the highly evolved, time-tested form of our iconic Native model and stretches it by abou...
Drawing inspiration from the traditional knife of the Chokwe people of Central and Southern Africa, the original Spyderc...
This elite version of the Para 3 supercharges the performance of this compact design with state-of-the-art CPM S110V bla...
Designed by automotive engineer and knife enthusiast Paul Alexander, the Sliverax is the first factory-made folding knif...
Chaparral is a shrub native to the Western United States with the unique ability to perennially survive, revive and rege...
If you already own a Delica or Endura, you have one of the best selling knives Spyderco makes.
Why change something if it works?
In 1990 Spyderco shook things up by introducing two knives, the Delica and Endura.
Spydercos collection of Value Folders, are named after admirable human characteristics.
A Sage is someone wise in judgment and experience.
This limited edition Sprint Run of the popular Native 5 features a composite CPM S90V/CPM 154 stainless steel blade and ...
If knives could be created in the same way we choose players for fantasy football league teams, every hardcore knife knu...
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