Folding Knife: EDC, Tactical, Utility
Spyderco Canis Wharncliffe, CPM S30V Stainless Steel, Carbon Fiber G10
Spyderco was founded in 1976 by Sal and Gail Glesser. In 1981, the Glessers put down roots in Golden, Colorado and introduced the first Spyderco folding knife. That knife pioneered the concept of a round hole in the blade for one-handed opening, a clip on the handle for carry at the top of the pocket, and the option of a serrated edge for aggressive cutting performance. Those features revolutionized the knife industry and literally defined the form of the modern folding knife. Spyderco has steadily grown to become one of the leaders in the cutlery industry. In addition to a worldwide distribution network and manufacturing resources in the U.S., Japan, Taiwan, Italy, and China, Spyderco innovation has also earned them an impressive portfolio of patents, trademarks, and industry awards. More importantly, it has allowed Spyderco to earn the trust and loyalty of countless thousands of dedicated knife users around the world.
Kelly McCann is one of the world’s leading experts in counterterrorism, antiterrorism, close combat, and all aspects of security. His decades of real-world operational experience are clearly reflected in the Spyderco Canis, a no nonsense folding knife optimized for personal protection. Its dramatic CPM S30V stainless steel blade combines a straight, Wharncliffe-style edge with narrow bevels, a reinforced tip, and a weight-saving mid-blade swedge to maximize strength and cutting power. The ergonomic handle features peel-ply-textured carbon fiber G-10 laminate scales, nested stainless steel liners, a high-strength Compression Lock, and a versatile four-position clip that supports all possible carry options.
Spyderco Canis Wharncliffe
Construction: Compression Lock
Blade Steel: CPM S30V Stainless Steel
Handle Material: Carbon Fiber G10
Blade Length: 3.43 Inch
Closed Length: 4.72 Inch
Overall Length: 8.05 Inch
Pocket Clip: Yes