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Trending: Spyderco Chaparral

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Trending: Spyderco Chaparral

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The Spyderco Chaparral incorporates the brand’s classic design features in a lightweight lockback format that has stood the test of time. The textured laminated carbon fiber scales on the handle sheaths Spyderco's iconic leaf-shaped blade, ground from high hardness and corrosion resistant CTS-XHP steel. At 2.81" long and with a cutting edge of 2.28", the blade features a full flat grind for enhanced slicing performance. It's deployed using the brand's trademark Round Hole, offering great purchase for your thumb even while gloved. In hand, the 0.34" thin handle features a shape that, together with the jimping on the blade spine and the finger choil, provide a strong grip during use. For blade retention and retraction, the Chaparral uses a traditional lockback design for reliability, strength, and weight savings. Last but not least, it uses Spyderco’s minimalist reversible wire clip, which combined with the lockback mechanism, allows full ambidextrous operation. For those looking for a thin and lightweight gent’s knife that incorporates a lot of Spyderco’s useful features, look no further than the Chaparral. Get this minimalist fully-featured knife now at the link below.

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