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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Spyderco's Native page.

Retailers' Descriptions

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Spyderco Native 5 Carbon Fiber Plain Edge Knife LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER --- This Sprint Native 5 represents an evolution in American knife making with a bold Carbon Fiber handle that harbors dual skeletonized liners, a full-length back spacer, back lock, and a CPM-110V plain edge blade. Four-way hourglass pocket clips that can be positioned for tip-up or tip-down and left or right-handed carry with a hole through the center of the clip ready for threading a thong or lanyard. Model Number: C41CFP5 Country Of Origin: United States Closed: 4 in. 102 mm Overall: 6.95 in. 177 mm Handle: Carbon Fiber Blade: 2.95 in. 75 mm Edge: 2.45 in. 62 mm Blade Steel: CPM-S110V Lanyard Hole: Yes Boye Dent: Yes Knife Lock: Back Lock Handedness: Right or Left Hand Carry Tip Carry Position: Tip Up / Tip Down Carry Weight: 3.5 oz. 99 g Edge Type: PlainEdge

- The Spyderco Store

Engineered for the human hand, the Native's ergonomic design maximizes cutting ability while minimizing discomfort and fatigue. This model is all about combining performance and comfort. Since the portion of the knife most in contact with the user is the handle, that became key while the model was in initial development on the drawing table. We've created a handle pattern with two separate finger choils. The first choil (where the blade and handle meet) allow positioning the index finger closer to the knife's sharpened edge for control over the cutting surface. Behind the first choil, the second positions the hand farther back on the folder for dexterous cutting while pushing the blade away from you. Bi-Directional Texturing molded into the FRN handle form varying levels of steps minimizing forward or backward sliding. Carved out of the locking lever is a David Boye Dent insuring the lock remains safely engaged even when gripping the handle forcefully. A section of non-sharpened serrations line the blade's spine yield an additional slip resistant point for the thumb. The blade itself is hollow-ground CPM-S30V steel with a weight reducing swedge ground from the spine. A black steel tip-up clip can be placed ambidextrously on both sides of the handle via a barrel-shaped screw that doubles as a lanyard.

- Ramsey Outdoor