Spyderco Native Pink

Spyderco Native Pink

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Your Price: $109.95
Part Number:1033
length overall 7" (178 mm) blade length 3 1/16" (78 mm) blade steel CPM-S30V length closed 3 15/16" (100 mm) cutting edge 2 1/2" (64 mm) weight 2.65 oz (75 g) hole diameter 15/32" (12 mm) blade thickness 1/8" (3 mm) handle material FRN Spyderco Native Pink Spyderco is a proud supporter of the Breast Cancer Network of Strength™ and has donated $2500 and plans to continue supporting the organization with future donations based on the sales of the Pink Native. This organization, formerly known as Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization®, provides immediate emotional relief to anyone affected by breast cancer. Their mission through information, empowerment and pee­r support, ensures no one faces breast cancer alone. YourShoes™ is Breast Cancer Network of Strength’s peer support program that includes a 24/7 breast cancer support center staffed by trained breast cancer survivors providing peer support through a toll-free hotline, e-mail and support groups. The organization raises money to fund YourShoes™, outreach programs, breast health awareness workshops, wigs and prostheses banks for women with limited resources, and advocacy on breast cancer related policies. Spyderco extends our sincere appreciation for your purchase and support of the Breast Cancer Network of Strength™. Spyderco’s Native Lightweight folder is designed and manufactured right here in the U.S. in Golden, Colorado. It’s one of our best dollar values with luxury CPM®-S30V blade steel and refined ergonomics. Those looking for an exceptional everyday carry pocketknife have officially popularized it to must have status. Now even hotter, it’s available with a pink handle. The Native's blade uses powdered-metallurgy technology steel called CPM® S30V with elevated carbon content, appreciably improving edge retention so the knife stays sharper longer. Textured fiberglass reinforced nylon (FRN) pink handle has Bi-Directional Texturing®. Mid-way along the spine, a back-lock disengages the blade using one-hand and has the added safety of a David Boye dent. An ambidextrous steel clip carries tip-up.

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