Spyderco Lil’ Matriarch: The EDC-Sized Tactical Choice

Spyderco Lil' Matriarch - the EDC-Sized Tactical Choice

If you’re looking for a smaller hawkbill style blade, what better platform could you ask to build off of than the famed Spyderco Delica. The Lil’ Matriarch is the little brother of the new Matriarch 2 and the tiny brother to the Civilian, a specialized tactical design from the early ’90s. The serrated S-Shaped VG-10 blade is not meant for utility tasks but is perfectly designed to act like a claw and rip through anything it encounters. Featuring the exact same handle as the Delica4, all the ergonomics and functions are the same but you get a much more useful knife in emergency life threatening situations. Sharp jimping on the blade spine makes for great control and the four way positional clip, which is parkerized not painted, gives you options. The Lil’ Matriarch is only available in a serrated model but this is in no way a disadvantage as the serrations work ferociously during pull and draw cuts. Check this knife out at www.knifecenter.com.

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Spyderco Cricket with Nishijin Glass Fiber Handles

Spyderco Cricket with Nishijin Glass Fiber Handles

The Cricket has been produced by Spyderco since 1994 but only recently has it begun to receive the recognition it really deserves. It’s an excellent utility knife with a small re-curved hawkbill blade that absolutely tears through material with ease. New for 2012, the beautiful Nishijin Glass Fiber Handled Cricket transforms this knife from a nice back-up EDC blade to a full on, sweet Gentlemen’s knife. The width of the handle design and a nice finger choil really give you a positive three finger grip for easy pull cuts. The thin framelock provides solid lock-up and keeps the profile slim in your pocket. The Cricket is fully adjustable with torx screws and for many doubles as a more funactional money clip due to the robust pocket clip it has set up for tip down carry. It’s an extremely functional little knife and for it’s size, is unmatched in cutting power. You can find this excellent design from Spyderco at www.knifecenter.com.

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Boker Plus Epicenter by Todd Rexford now at KnifeCenter

Boker Plus Epicenter by Todd Rexford

We are fortunate here at the KnifeCenter to stock a large variety of items and the Epicenter from Boker has all the best qualities you look for in a knife. The titanium handle is anodized to provide you with good grip and it has an extremely thick lock bar for ultra-tight lockup. The pocket clip, also titanium, is reversible for tip up or tip down carry, depending on your preference, and it buries very deeply in the pocket. The drop point blade has plenty of belly and being made of VG-10 steel, is a great compromise between edge holding capability and corrosion resistance. The handle has completely flow through barrel construction so lint has no place to hide and the absolutely huge  pivot point allows for extremely smooth action. Everything on the knife is adjustable, all you need is a T6 and T8 Torx bit, which comes included with every knife. Boker Plus has definitely hit a home run with the Epicenter, see for yourself at www.knifecenter.com.

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New Spyderco Red Coral Folders

New Spyderco Red Coral Folders

New Spyderco Red Coral Folders
We carry some amazing and elegant products here at the KnifeCenter and these new items from Santa Fe Stoneworks are downright beautiful. These one-of-a-kind pieces use red coral and mother of pearl to make a beautiful sunburst pattern on three of Spyderco’s most popular and iconic folders; the EnduraDelica, and Dragonfly. These particular models are mainstays in Spyderco’s production line and for good reason. Each has a plain edge VG-10 stainless steel blade, an easy to use lockback mechanism, great lockup, and awesome ergonomics. There are a large number of these three Spyderco models floating around out there but none like this. Make your Spyderco your own with these custom onlay designs and see them while they last at www.knifecenter.com.

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Spyderco Endura Sprint VG10 Damascus Steel Blade, Blue Jigged Bone Handles

Every year Spyderco Knives produces limited production designs available in different handle or blade materials than their originals known as Sprint Runs. For 2012, they are upgrading the extremely popular Endura model, making the matching model to the Damascus/Jigged Bone Delica from 2011. Featuring layered VG-10 Damascus steel, blue titanium bolsters, and jigged bone scales, the Endura Sprint is great for any Spyderco fan or collector. The knife does not have a pocket clip and it adds a little weight to their Lightweight and FFG models, but you get so much more with this knife. It’s got the feel of a custom knife in the familiar package of an old favorite and the Damascus etching on each blade is unique, making each knife one of a kind. You can see this at www.knifecenter.com.

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