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Spyderco Stretch Super Blue Steel – Hungry Edge Frankenderco

– Igor ! And if I could swap the blade from my C90FPGYE with my C90CF ? – Why, master? – To obtain a Carbon Fiber handle with a Super Blue Steel blade ? Igor ! – Why ? – Because I love super…

Spyderco Amsterdam Minimeet the 10th Anniversary Report

This review will be update on regular basis as we are also dependent from Spydercollector pictures. Nemo: Again we have been 80 lucky people to attend the 10th Anniversary Spyderco Meet in Amsterdam. Some were there since the beginning like my friend JD and…

SPYDERCO NILAKKA ~ C164GBN – Round 2 – Hard Use Folding Puukko

I could not imagine that a knife with a 4.5mm thick stock blade could be considered as some kind of safe queen ever. A delicate collection folder destined to open letters (and clean nails). The Nilakka is from Pekka Tuominen for God’s sake. He…

Spyderco Military CPM CRU-WEAR ~ C36GGY – Fifty Shades of Grey

A smooth G10 handle after some sanding. Back in 1996 I was handling my first Military. It was a CPM440V (S60V) blade with a black G10. Here the link to our old review Fred Perrin and I back in the Geocities’times. Since, well, the…

SPYDERCO NILAKKA ~ C164GBN – Pekka’s Folding Puukko is a North Star !

I have had the chance to meet Pekka Tuominen two years ago at the SICAC (Paris Knifeshow) but six month before I was handling a prototype of his Folding Puukko at the Amsterdam Minimeet. The design was very ZEN. For me it was like…

SPYDERCO SCHEMPP TUFF BY ED SCHEMPP – C151GTI – My Folding Kukri

When The Going Get Tough…The Tuff gets going ! I have witnessed the evolution of that knife since the first prototype in 2005. The beautiful fuller was already its signature and I felt, this was a great complement to the hole for opening purpose….

Spyderco Stretch C90CF – Part III – EDC of high performance

So after the initial impressions and the convexed edge enhancement how the C90CF is performing on a daily basis ? The first thing wich stands out in this folder is how flat and confortable it is to pocket. This is the kind of knives…

Spyderco Bushcraft UK – Part 3: Solid Companion

Since I had received my Bushcrafter for 2010 Xmas, the knife has been always in use. I really enjoy small fixed blades and this particular one has turned to be another little big knife. In the 90’s I have been reviewing with Fred (Perrin)…

Spyderco C90CF – Sal Glesser’s gentleman bushcraft folder

For twice these last months, I was considering myself being able to announce my best “EDC ever”. After the Sage 2 Sebenza inheritance, the “hard to get razor” rare Spyderco Paramillie in S90V, the megasharp little Michael Walker, the solid and forgiving Gayle Bradley,…

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…

Spyderco Air – Popping Sharp ! by JD

I had asked my Dutch friend JD to write a review of the Spyderco Air. He’s a big fan of small blades. From the classic slipoint to the most modern design, he’s always seeking for the best geometry in cutting. Through the years he…

Spyderco Pingo – Do NOT mess with the Danish Cookie

In those days of tactical fever. In those days of fears. In this last day after the End of the World. This is the time to change all the rules. For the first time , Spyderco is releasing a folding knife with a hole…

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