Sage2 - Titanium / PlainEdge
Second up in Spyderco’s Sage Series is the Titanium Sage. The Sage Series materializes three decades of Spyderco pioneering knifecraft and innovation. The series reprocesses a similar shaped and sized folder, releasing a new version annually. Each rendition highlights a locking device or mechanism, crediting that mechanism’s inventor. The first Sage recognized knifemaker Michael Walker’s creation of the Linerlock with a ball bearing detent method of locking (closed) a folding knife. Sage number two focuses on knifemaking trendsetter Chris Reeve’s embellishment of that original Walker Linerlock by his morphing it into his R.I.L.- Reeve Integral Lock. This modification uses the handle scale as the lock’s liner. With the back portion of the handle doubling as both handle and lock, the need for internal liners is dispensed with and the knife can be manufactured lighter and slimmer while staying strong. Spear-point shaped CPM-S30V is flat-ground and coalescence of Spyderco’s Caly3 and Native Models in shape and performance. Titanium handle is screw constructed. Phosphor bronze washers for smooth open/close. Silhouette wire clip snugs deeply in a pocket. Jimping covering the spine and finger choil puts the skids on slipping and sliding.
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