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The Resilience folding knife from Spyderco is part of a line of folding knives with high quality construction at a low price that are ideal for demanding cutting tasks. The slender construction has a stainless blade with a flat grind for superb cutting power. The handle scales are incredibly grippy with Spyderco's non-slip textured grip pattern and house skeletonized, steel liners making this knife that much lighter! A four-way reversible pocket clip permits tip-up or down, right or left-hand carry. It's simple to carry, conceal, and use for all your cutting needs.
If you like this model, we guarantee you'll enjoy our selection of multiple Spyderco Resilience folding knives, having different blade edges, finishes, and steels to choose from.
I love larger blades. I am a larger guy at 6'6" and around 270+ lbs. I don't feel right carrying and using a small pocket knife as they just feel TOO small. I have a couple of other Spyderco knives. I am not a fanboy but definitely like them. I am really liking these newer lightweight designs. I have an Endela, a couple of Endura 4, and a couple of others which are nice and I carry them but they are slightly on the smaller size. When I saw this Resilience I knew I had to try it. Placed an order for this and some knife oil and got them yesterday. This is definitely my favorite out of all the Spydercos I have now and maybe towards the top of all the knives, I have in my collection. I have had a lot of experience with it since I just got it yesterday but I handled it for a long time yesterday and carried it for a while and feel comfortable making those statements. I will admit I like the 'lock back' on the Endura slightly better than the liner lock on this resilience but I am fine with it. That is just a preference thing. I highly recommend this knife. I rarely write reviews for knives but I like this one enough to break that habit. It is very nice.