Having endured extensive military testing and issued in aircrew survival kits, the Pacific Salt 2 updates this classic Salt line folder with the ergonomic Gen 4 Endura handles with Bi-Directional textured FRN and 4-position pocket clip while retaining the ultra-corrosion resistant H-1 steel blade. CQI enhanced, the Pac Salt 2 is built with a linerless construction for an even lighter weight and durable, non-reflective titanium carbonitride (TiCN) coated hardware and back lock bar. This version comes with a satin, SpyderEdge Serrated edge blade and black FRN handles.
Brand new, direct from Spyderco.
Blade: Hollow saber ground for slicing performance and durability, the satin finished H1 stainless steel blade is all but impervious to corrosion and is a perfect choice for salt water or other highly corrosive environments. For the ultimate in hard use, low maintenance this knife is perfect. SpyderEdge serrations deliver up to 24% more cutting surface and make short work of tough, fibrous materials while the 14 mm Round Hole provides easy, ambidextrous operation even in gloves while jimping on the thumb ramp provides added traction.
Handle: Linerless Black FRN is durable, lightweight and extremely resistant to the elements. Ergonomic and comfortable, the Endura-style handle is also equipped with high traction Bi-Directional texturing for a secure grip in any situation. Smooth and easy to operate the mid-back lock is strong and reliable while a hole at the pommel end allows for lanyard attachment for added security during use.
Carries via a black, 4-Position, stainless steel hour glass clip with lanyard hole.
H1 is a low-carbon, high-nitrogen, work hardening “steel” that is, for all practical purposes, impervious to rust. It has an attainable Rockwell hardness in the high 60s (especially when serrated) while still maintaining durability. H1 is easy to sharpen and takes a razor sharp edge with moderate wear resistance. For extremely corrosive environments, like salt water, this is the material of choice.
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