Resilience Lightweight - BLUE FRN /S35VN / SpyderEdge
Tenacious, Persistence, Resilience and Ambitious are qualities to aspire to when facing challenges. These traits are revered at Spyderco and why they named their line of Value Folders after them. Spyderco’s goal is to offer affordable folders with five-star features: G-10 handles, Walker Linerlock, jimping, lined lanyard holes and skeletonized full-length internal liners. Feature for feature, dollar for dollar, performance for performance, Spyderco Value Folders represent a best buy in the knife industry.
Having resilience means to be the ability of a return to its original shape after it has been pulled, stretched, pressed, bent. To recover quickly from difficulties; toughness; elasticity, all knife-worthy definitions for a worthy knife. As a proud member of Spyderco’s incredibly popular Value Folder series, the Resilience stretches all the proven features of its family to an extra-large platform ideal for big hands and demanding cutting chores. The latest version of this formidable folder adds the benefit of injection-molded fiberglass reenforced nylon (FRN) handle scales. Besides reducing the overall weight of the knife, the tough FRN scales also offer the enhanced non-slip grip of Spyderco’s Bi-Directional Texture pattern.Tucked inside are skeletonized steel liners increasing the handle’s rigidity and strength without adding non-functioning weight or bulky thickness.
This elite expression of the Resilience supercharges the design with American-made CPM S35VN blade steel—an advanced particle metallurgy stainless steel that offers an exceptional balance of edge holding, toughness, and corrosion resistance.
A Walker Linerlock with jimped liner and a 4-way pocket clip lets you set your carry and draw preference: Tip-up, Tip-down, Right-Hand or Left-Hand. Screw together construction.
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