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Spyderco Atlantic Salt Yellow H-1 SpyderEdge - C89SYL (Online Only)

Retail: $180.99 CDN
Price $126.99 CDN

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*Now with shackle key slot in handle for boating

length overall 8.25" (210mm) blade length 3.687" (94 mm) blade steel H-1
length closed 4.625" (117 mm) cutting edge 3.188" (81 mm) weight 2.75 oz (77 g)
blade thickness .125" (3 mm) handle material FRN

Made in Japan.

For all available variations of the Spyderco C89 Atlantic Salt (Click Here)

It's been speculated the sheepfoot shaped blade originated with mariners who found the rounded tip especially beneficial when the knife was accidentally dropped (think working on a ship in pitching seas) as it couldn't stab the foot when hitting the deck. It's also been hypothesized that commanding officers on these ships preferred rambunctious hardworking sailors carry knives without pointed tips, especially while in port blowing off steam after months at sea.

Spyderco's Rescue knives are long favored by seafarers and the design has since been embraced by rescue workers, EMT's and ranchers-anyone cutting around flesh in an emergency. Now available in a rustproof version, the Atlantic Salt is a modified Rescue made with state of the art non-rusting H1 steel. H1 is a precipitation-hardened steel containing nitrogen instead of carbon, which cannot rust. The hollow-ground blade is available SpyderEdge  configuration offering remarkable cutting performance in and around fresh and saltwater. Textured with a Volcano Grip pattern, the molded fiberglass reinforced nylon (FRN) handle comes in black or visible marine yellow, equipped with a reversible titanium pocket clip for right or left- handed use. We recommend threading a thong or lanyard cord through the lanyard hole for back-up retention around water, where once dropped, a knife is often irretrievable or lost.


  • Model: C89SYL (Online Only)
  • Manufactured by: Spyderco Knives

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 24 April, 2007.