Spyderco Chaparral FRN Grey C152PGY pocket knife
The Spyderco Chaparral is named after a plant in the United States that actually always survives. Even if it, by drought or fire has (almost) been destroyed. Spyderco uses the name for a continuous collection of gentleman knives.
This knife is very light because of its FRN handles. That is a super light and strong material that offers enough grip. The compact dimensions give the pocket knife a friendly and graceful look. The quality of the used materials is very high. The CTS-XHP steel of the blade is a great example.
The wire pocket clip has been placed on the edge of the knife. As such the pocket knife falls deep inside your pocket.
|Right or left-handed||symmetrical|
|Blade shape||leaf shape, drop point|
Olivier Pageot, La tremblade
Tuesday 23 June 2020