Designed as a carry-friendly folder, the Spyderco Dragonfly 2 Lightweight ZDP-189 comes with a left/right-hand tip-up wire clip, patented Bi-Directional handle texturing, spine and choil jimping and screw-together handle construction. More info...
Country of Origin: Japan
|Spyderco is known for our involvement with our ELUs (End Line Users). Our participation on Forums both on our own site and others is something we take pride in and enjoy. The members who spend their time with us get a unique perspective into Spyderco and we get to interact with people who are truly passionate about what we do. Our participation on the Usual Suspect Forum led to the creation of a very special, one of a kind knife, the Spyderco USN Endura4 in Toxic Green. After months of discussion it was settled that the USN Endura4 would not only be Toxic, but that it would include some of the most popular attributes found in the Endura4 lineup. More info...|
|Experience the ultimate in cutting performance from the Delica4 design with this limited-edition Sprint run featuring Aogami Super Blue blade steel. More info...|
|Steel handled knives excel during hard-use by virtue of their heft and solidity. Our C10 Endura SS is a fully stainless alternative to the lightweight Endura offering an all steel folder at nearly the same value price-point. More info...|
|The Olive Drab Goddard Lightweight is a Sprint Run and is available only in limited quantities. More info...|
|The enlarged Spyderco Round Hole is dead center on the blade when closed and off-centered when open, positioning the thumb for flowing one-hand operation, justifying the name Balance. More info...|
|A former French Army Commando, world-ranked martial artist, and knifemaker, Fred Perrin's medium-sized fixed-blade is outstandingly balanced for comfort and performance. Fred is known in custom making circles for crafting knives that are first-and-foremost utilitarian. His specialty is fixed blades and they can be found on active duty military personnel around the world. More info...|
|The original C67- R was discontinued from Spyderco's product line several
years ago but customers continue to request it. In answer, we've released a
new variation of the R with several similarities to its original namesake.
Only 1200 total pieces are being made (we call these short, limited runs
Sprint Runs). The new R is an accomplishment in engineering. Resembling
an Erector Set, it's all guts without the fluff, literally.
|A Spyderco classic is back and it's back with a vengeance. Originally released in 1992, the Catcherman was a purpose-designed folding fillet knife. More info...|
|The Emerson Opener Endura combines traditional Spyderco innovation and performance with an opening device patented and invented by Mr. Ernest Emerson of Emerson Knives. More info...|
|Spyderco is the King Of Variations. Occasionally we'll take an established model and offer it with an alternative handle material. In this instance, we've used our best-selling Delica pattern and kicked it up a notch to a high-end offering by making a limited run of carbon fiber handled C11s. More info...|
|Supercharge the cutting performance of the Endura 4 Lightweight format with this extraordinary limited-edition Sprint run featuring Aogami Super Blue blade steel. More info...|
|Meet the Kiwi. It's not a fruit, bird, or slang for a New Zealander but a gentlemen's lock-back folder by Spyderco. An affable two-inch long (59mm) VG-10 stainless blade bears an almost comical ‘bump' just forward of the opening hole. More info...|
|Urban - Slipit - Leaf-shaped Blade with Foliage Green G-10 handle. Slipit blades are safely held open by a notched or slip-joint located at the knife's pivot. More info...|
|Urban - Slipit - Wharncliffe Blade with safety orange G-10 handle. Slipit blades are safely held open by a notched or slip-joint located at the knife's pivot. More info...|
|The 2008 Sprint Run Rookie has a hollow ground, clip point style blade available in a PlainEdge with a VG-10 stainless steel blade. The handle is foliage green G-10 with a right-hand tip-up clip. More info...|
|This addition to the classic Endura Model with a color-blend foliage green G-10 laminate handle. This grip-grabbing lightweight handle shakes off temperature extremes, chemicals and hard-use without discoloration, warping or peeling. The shade changing green-gray color blends into the U.S. Army's digital cammo, taking on the color spectrum of its surroundings and keeping the knife unobtrusive. The G-10 Endura is available in PlainEdge with a full flat ground VG-10 blade.
|Ed Scott is a South African custom knifemaker who himself hunts and makes custom knives for professional hunters. When using a knife repeatedly for the same type of cutting jobs it quickly becomes apparent what features work best. More info...|
|Limited to 600 pieces of each handle material, our ongoing Kopa Series launched in 2005 continues to grow. The Kopa Series introduced Spyderco's first collection of refined gentlemen's folders. More info...|
|If you consider it, every civilization both ancient and modern has historically developed its own variety of cutlery that is representative of its culture, ethnicity and cutting requirements at the time. Spyderco unveiled its first ethnic inspired knife with a Shabaria folder, reminiscent of classic Middle Eastern cutlery. Next up, a Japanese Tanto then a Chinese Folder. In 2003 we released a Persian knife followed by an Indonesian Karambit blade. The latest installment Spyderco's Ethnic Knife Series is a Kris folder designed by custom knifemaker Ed Schempp. More info...|
|What is a Mule?In the English language the term mule has multiple definitions: There's the obvious equine reference being the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse. It can be a coin minted from two dies by mistake and the auto industry refers to their test vehicles as a mules. Spyderco also calls knife models designed and built for testing and evaluation Mules. When a group of these are brought together they make a team of mules, thus the name of our new knife release: The Mule Team. More info...|
|Aogami Super Blue is classified as exotic steel by cutlery standards. More info...|
|In reality, knives made specifically for hunting get used for cutting much more than just what you bag. It holds equally true that generic outdoor knives often find their way into the hands of the hunter field-dressing their success. The Ocelot seamlessly covers both bases crossing from sport to field and back. The blade's drop-point tip is thick at the end and its curved full-belly makes short work of both hunting and field chores. More info...|
|The Spyderco Micro Dyad has both a PlainEdge and a SpyderEdge blade together in the same knife with exotic handle materials. More info...|
|To stretch is the act of extending or drawing out beyond ordinary or normal
limits, which describes exactly what Spyderco's C90 Stretch CLIPIT does.
Designed chiefly for the hunter but its technologically advanced design and
size comfortably expand into a refined cutting tool for any outdoor activity
and it's sized suitably for everyday carry. More info...|
|A.T.R. is an acronym for At The Ready -- and it is. Spyderco showcases several technologically advanced features in this high-end tactical folder. The original model was released last year with a titanium handle. The new stainless handled ATR offers the same tactical features at a lower price point. More info...|
|In the English language the term mule has multiple definitions: There's the obvious equine reference being the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse. It can be a coin minted from two dies by mistake and the auto industry refers to their test vehicles as a mules. Spyderco also calls knife models designed and built for testing and evaluation Mules More info...|
|Custom knifemakers are more than simply steel junkies. Ed Schempp is a wheat farmer, metallurgist and celebrated knifemaker whose Persian Folder introduces Classic Western with Exotic East. Persian knives traditionally are fixed blades but Ed integrates this indigenous shape into a folding knife. Comprised of graceful curving lines, the new smaller Persian Folder 75mm is eye-catching with black Micarta handle scales capped by polished stainless bolsters. More info...|
|Howard Viele has been a leading member of the Knifemaker's Guild since 1976. His designs are visually identifiable and carry his personal stamp: tactical, modern, gentlemanly and tapered. The Spyderco/Viele wears this signature appearance embodying flowing lines and a high-tech tone. Its VG-10 blade is hollow-ground to further enhance the folder's overall tapered look. More info...|
|The Calypso folder isn't just one of Spyderco's most popular folders, it inspired new Spyderco designs over the last ten years and converted many a knife buyer to the hard-use benefits of flat-ground, thick leaf-shaped blades. This is a workingman's (or woman's) folder and it's founded on the design philosophy that the most comfortable and usable pocketknife is one that feels like a natural extension of your hand. More info...|