Spur™ Stainless Steel
The Spur is back. Spyderco introduced the Spur in 1995, then in due course discontinued it to make room in our line for new incoming knives. Rising phoenix-like, we've made a 2004 version only for a short time and limited in number. Akin to it's predecessor, the new Spur is small, stainless and well equipped to cut.
What made the first generation well-liked is here in the second round. Its diminutive size make it comfortable to handle and use, but having a stainless handle adds enough weight to give it some substance. The blade is a short thick, piece of VG-10 that's hollow-ground. Technically called a drop-point, the blade's belly is modified, (curving outward a little closer to the tip than a traditional drop-point) then meeting the tip, coming together to a sturdy point. Inset with slip-stopping gray Kraton, its handle is capped with a backlock with the David Boye Dent. A real low-rider, it attaches deeply in the pocket with a tip-down metal clip.
Discontinued Product - No Longer Available