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Spyderco Tasman Salt 2 Yellow FRN, Plain Edge H-1, C106PYL2 (Online Only)

Retail: $172.99 CDN
Price $120.99 CDN

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Overall Length 7.16" (182 mm)
Blade Length 2.91" (74 mm)
Steel H-1
Closed Length 4.25" (108 mm)
Edge Length 2.50" (64 mm)
Weight 2.1 oz (60 g)
Blade Thickness 0.098" (2.5 mm)
Handle FRN
Clip Position Ambi
Tip Carry Position Tip-Up/Down
Lock Type Back Lock
Grind Saber
Origin Japan

Spyderco’s second-generation Tasman Salt 2 is a powerful fusion of a hawkbill blade profile, 100% rustproof H-1® blade steel, and an enhanced, injection-molded handle design. The result is an incredibly capable pocket-sized cutting tool that is ideal for anyone who works in or around the water. Available with either a PlainEdge™ or fully serrated SpyderEdge™ cutting edge, the radically curved hawkbill blade of the Tasman 2 literally “collects” the material it cuts, drawing it into the concave edge like an animal’s claw. This dynamic generates extreme cutting power, especially on fibrous, hard-to-cut materials like netting, line, webbing, and rope. The Tasman Salt 2’s high-performance blade is housed in an improved handle design based on Spyderco’s best-selling Delica® 4. Injection molded from tough, ultra-lightweight yellow or black fiberglass-reinforced nylon (FRN), it features improved ergonomics, a non-slip Bi-Directional Texturing™ pattern, and a series of threaded stainless steel anchors for a versatile four-position titanium pocket clip. The handle is also home to a stout back lock mechanism that locks the blade securely open during use. A true pocket powerhouse, the Tasman Salt 2 sets a new standard in mariner’s cutting tools.

Details

  • Model: C106PYL2 (Online Only)
  • Manufactured by: Spyderco Knives




This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 17 October, 2017.