Trending: Spyderco Squeak

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Slicer Saturday sees the second trending appearance of Spyderco’s non-locking slipjoint folder, the Squeak. This nifty little knife brings no-frills utility to any EDC where locking knives aren’t an option, making this knife popular in the UK and similar locales. In such a minimalist design, the star of the show is the Squeak‘s signature leaf-shaped blade. Measuring a modest 2″ long and made from N690Co steel, the blade leverages its leaf-shaped geometry to maximize its usable cutting surface for general utility tasks. Although the knife doesn’t lock for extremely tough tasks, it does feature a finger choil and jimping at the spine of the blade for a firm grip. Lightweight FRN handles add to that grip, while a Spyderco wire clip makes carrying it easy. For a classic Spyderco experience that you can carry almost anywhere, check out the Squeak at the link below.

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