Spyderco Dog Tag Folding Knife

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

When it comes to EDC knives, we are looking for something that’s both small and portable, but still provides some good utility. The Spyderco Dog Tag Folding Knife checks all 3 boxes, with an emphasis on portability.

The Colorado based crew at Spyderco have long been making some of our favorite pocket knives, and for this offering, they’ve really outdone themselves. This knife is the same size and shape of a military dog tag (based on Serge Panchenko’s custom design), making it easy to not only slip into your pocket, but also tie right around your neck – ensuring you’re never without a trusty backup blade. The blade itself is crafted from S30V steel and when folded down sits flush within the slim profiles of the titanium constructed handle. In all the knife measures in at two inches length (including the 1.23-inch sheepsfoot-style blade), and is finished off in a stealthy all-black anodization. [Purchase]

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