Spyderco Rescue 93 mm Orange FRN


$74.95 MSRP

Technical Specs

Cutting during emergency situations requires that Save and Serve Professionals have a readily accessible knife and are able to quickly and safely cut around people in hectic surroundings. Performance, ergonomics and comfortable use are all key elements needed in a rescue knife.

Spyderco's Rescue sheepfoot blade is flat saber-ground VG-10. Available in three colors. Black and orange Rescues are fully SpyderEdged with serrations to the tip of the blade. The blue C14 is fully serrated with 1-inch of PlainEdge at the tip for detailed cutting and wire stripping. By removing a crescent-shaped portion from the blade's spine we create a positioning spot for the index finger, offering two unique functions: You can place your index fingertip in the spine's crescent and closely control the blade's tip or blanket the entire index finger along the spine (fingertip into the crescent) and slide the back of your hand under clothing allowing your hand to be the cutting guide, in contact with flesh rather than the sharpened blade. The Spyderco Trademark Round Hole is enlarged to 14mm resulting in an enlarged hump that boosts ergonomics, strengthens the blade and lessens fatigue during long term/repetitive cutting. Spine texturing, a deep choil and volcano grip keep the knife from slipping in the hand. FRN handle comes equipped with an ambidextrous tip-up carrying clip.

Discontinued Product - No Longer Available

Overall Length
8.188" (209mm)
Blade Length
3.625" (93mm)
Closed Length
4.625" (117mm)
Edge Length
3.375" (86mm)
2.7oz (75g)
Blade Thickness
.125" (3mm)
Clip Position
Tip Carry Position
Lock Type

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