Bread Knife - BLACK / SpyderEdge
10¼” Bread Knife with a Serrated Edge and Black Polypropylene Handle
Few kitchen cutting chores challenge a serrated edge more than cutting bread—especially soft, freshly baked bread. Spyderco’s all-new K01 Bread Knife redefines the group by combining their time-tested original design with 40 years of experience and refinement of serrated edges. Its remarkably thin MBS-26 stainless steel blade features an evolved serration pattern that cuts soft breads and cake without crushing or tearing and powers through hard-crusted food almost effortlessly. Its injection-molded polypropylene handle is molded directly onto the tang and has a stepped texture pattern for a secure, comfortable grip.
Spyderco’s involvement in kitchen knives dates back to the early 1980’s and the beginnings of the company’s knife production. While fostering manufacturing relationships in Japan for its revolutionary folding knives, Spyderco was offered the chance to produce a series of kitchen knives with a highly regarded Japanese company. They eagerly embraced the opportunity, ultimately introducing a full line of kitchen cutlery and becoming the first company to introduce a commercial Santoku (a distinctive Japanese knife similar to a cleaver) to the US. market. After a brief manufacturing hiatus, Spyderco kitchen knives are now back and better than ever. Like the originals, their new kitchen knives are made from premium MBS-26 steel—a high-carbon stainless steel that is ground exceptionally thin and meticulously heat treated for optimal cutting performance. Their durable polypropylene plastic handles are injection molded directly onto the tangs of the blades and feature a distinctive “stepped” texture pattern for comfort and control during use. Depending upon their style and purpose, Spyderco kitchen knives are available with either a PlainEdge or fully serrated SpyderEdge blade with a unique serration pattern that reduces dulling when cutting on a cutting board.