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Spyderco Schempp Rock FB20FPBK


MSRP: $314.73 CDN

Price $169.99 CDN

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Description

length overall 12 1/4 in. (311 mm) blade length 6 3/4 in. (171 mm) blade steel VG-10
length closed n/a (n/a) cutting edge 6 in. (152 mm) weight 9.1 oz. (257 g)
hole diameter 15/32 in. (12 mm) blade thickness 1/8 in. (3 mm) handle material FRN
 

Spyderco Schempp Rock

Designed by renowned custom knifemaker Ed Schempp, the Schempp Rock is a purpose-designed “camp” knife that combines highly evolved ergonomics, exceptional edge geometry, and light weight to yield an incredibly easy to use tool.

The Schempp Rock is, to a degree, an evolution of an earlier Spyderco model called the Rock. Owners of the original Rock loved them and many of these knives still serve as trusted tools around the globe. Spyderco therefore decided to produce the design with VG-10 stainless steel, a material that offers exceptional cutting performance, toughness, and corrosion resistance at a more affordable price.

Like Ed Schempp’s original handmade prototype, the Schempp Rock features a skeletonized flat grind that tapers uniformly from the spine to the cutting edge. This creates a superior balance of strength, mass, and an acute edge geometry that gives the Schempp Rock extreme cutting performance for its size and weight.

One of the most distinctive characteristics of the Schempp Rock is its unique dropped-handle design. The angle between the handle and the blade allows the user’s hand to maintain a strong, natural wrist angle and lowers the blade and cutting edge in relationship to the line of the forearm. This provides enhanced control during cutting, reduces fatigue, and transfers energy more efficiently during chopping motions. The handle features full-tang construction for strength and textured, injection-molded, fiberglass-reinforced-nylon handle scales for a secure, comfortable grip.

Details

  • Model: FB20FPBK
  • Manufactured by: Spyderco Knives




This product was added to our catalog on Friday 03 June, 2011.