Tag: Fred Perrin

Spyderco C220GPGY Polestar – Workhorse for the budget-conscious user.

Designed for budget-conscious knife users who demand genuine Spyderco quality, the Polestar was offered to all attendants at the last Amsterdam Minimeet (2017). That’s how I got mine. What could be the definition of a Workhorse ? We got example of knives which has…

Patrick Bonetta’s Tactical Paring Knife

The video can be found here: Patrick Bonetta – Le Coutelier des Grands Chefs Usually I use my “tactical” knives in the kitchen but this time it is exactly the other way around… This is a kitchen knife ready for “tactical” situations thanks to…

POCKET LEGENDS OF THE FALL FEAT. SPYDERCO SCHEMPP BOWIE ~ C190CF

Today is the day the world mourns David Bowie. It’s the perfect time to talk about another Bowie and another hommage: Ed Schempp’s Folding Bowie. I have met again Ed at the Police National shooting range at avenue Fosh, Paris, in November. It was…

Thoughtful Southard part 2.

Using the Southard is a pure pleasure. Why ? Because you got a thin edge and a thick spine. The full belly has proven to be hard to mistrust. It’s a curved guillotine. Cardboard sheaths are cut like with a lightsaber, tomatoes are slices…

Spyderco Southard C156GBN – Flipping Beauty.

“One of the most advanced Spyderco folders ever produced.” dixit Spyderco on their site Come on… OK let’s give a look. Oh no, I’m in love again. I really thought the Wonderful Techno would be the Ultimate EDC, even beating the amazing Michael Walker…

Douk Douk Corsica – Cheap, sharp and chic !

A Vendetta Doukdouk ! The Doukdouk Corsica is a creation by Laurent Bellini Julien Maroselli & Fred Perrin made in Thiers by COGNET the manufacturer of the Douk Douk ! Gorgeous lines, great full flat ground carbon 3,5″ blade. The occasion to dig out…

Spyderco C36 Military: from G10 to Titanium, 15 years of excellence.

At the occasion of the release of the Military Ti C36 which is some kind of superb hybrid: 80% Sal Glesser and 20% Chris Reeve, I have digged in my archives to find and reedit the loooooong review we made with Fred Perrin back…