Spyderco SpyderHawk Salt Sprint Run Knife Orange FRN (3.6" Satin Serr) C77SOR

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MSRP: $154.95
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Specifications

  • Overall Length:8.25"
  • Blade Length:3.625"
  • Cutting Edge:3.375"
  • Blade Thickness:0.13"
  • Blade Material:H1
  • Blade Style:Hawkbill
  • Blade Grind:Hollow
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Fully Serrated
  • Handle Length:4.875"
  • Handle Material:FRN
  • Color:Orange
  • Weight:2.90 oz.
  • User:Right Hand, Left Hand
  • Pocket Clip:Tip-Up
  • Knife Type:Manual
  • Opener:Thumb Hole
  • Lock Type:Lockback
  • Brand:Spyderco
  • Model:Spyderhawk
  • Model Number:C77SOR
  • Country of Origin:Japan
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Product Type:Knife
Description

Description

This Spyderco SpyderHawk Sprint Run model revives the popular Salt series design with an orange FRN handle and a fully serrated H1 steel blade.

Spyderco’s SpyderHawk Salt has a hawkbill blade that utilizes H-1 steel for 100% rust free performance. The hollow-ground H-1 blade, rust-free internal components and a titanium pocket clip are naturally geared toward water applications. The handle is easy to see orange FRN (fiberglass reinforced nylon) with Spyderco's Volcano Grip® texturing. Handle texture supports gripping the knife wearing gloves or in wet, slippery conditions. The reversible left or right tip-up carry pocket clip and lock back design make this knife great for left or right handed users. The piped lanyard hole through the handle is ready for a thong or cord.

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Perfect hawkbill
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Daniel J.
10-18-2018
This is basically the old Endura handle with the most excellent hawkbill blade you can imagine, plus upgraded titanium hardware.

The serrations are perfect on this knife (and the smaller, Delica-size Tasman) for anything that you'd actually want to use a hawkbill blade for. Rope? Much better. Vines? Serrations are perfect. Rosebushes? Ideal. Skinning a deer? It's not the serrations that are the problem.