The Spyderco Bob Lum Chinese folding knife design has been a staple in the Spyderco lineup over many years. The knife comes in a variety of different materials and finishes, though these are now for the most part discontinued. As of 2013, only the Nishijin Glass Fiber version is still produced in its original format,… Read More
As we're huge knife fans, we do a large number of knife reviews on this blog, many of which are pocket knives (usually the folding everyday carry/EDC knife variety). The following are all the reviews we've done of pocket knives.
And if there's a knife you want a review of that isn't already up here, comment on a post or contact us to let us know!
Out of all of Spyderco’s Sage series knives, this particular one is hands down my absolute favourite. The Sage 2, with its titanium scales and frame lock, is perfection, and there’s very little anyone could say against it. In terms of the Sage 2, simply put, if you like titanium and you like Spydercos, there’s almost… Read More
Spyderco’s Sage 1 is both functional and timeless in design. It features a convenient liner lock and beautifully woven carbon fiber laminate scales, which set it apart from the other knives in the Sage series. This is one of those knives I’ll have very little to complain about (especially in comparison to the Sage 3, which rusted on… Read More
After purchasing both Spyderco’s Sage 1 and Sage 2, I decided to add the Sage 3 to my collection. While I am positively enamoured by certain aspects of the Sage 3, I can’t say I would buy it again due to the many issues I’ve encountered with it, which will all be discussed later in… Read More