Spyderco Tasman Salt

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Spyderco's Tasman Salt page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Spyderco Tasman Salt Serrated Edge Knife The Spyderco Tasman Salt Serrated Edge Knife features all qualities that you would expect from the Spyderco brand with the added benefit of a hawkbill blade shape. This serrated knife is ideal for use with marine rope, netting, and webbing. It pulls what is being cut much deeper in contact with the sharp blade edge. This Spyderco Knife also features a Bi-Directional textured handle for a safe, non-slip grip. Model Number: C106SBK Country Of Origin: Japan Closed: 4" 102mm Overall: 6-13/16" 173mm Handle: FRN Bi-Directional Textured Blade: 2-15/16" 75mm Edge: 2-1/2" 64mm Blade Steel: H-1 Lanyard Hole: Yes Boye Dent: Yes Knife Lock: Back Lock Handedness: Right or Left Hand Carry Tip Carry Position: Tip Up Carry Weight: 2oz.57g Edge Type: SerratedEdge

- The Spyderco Store

Designed for the true ocean going fisherman or boater this H1 steel blade cannot rust because it is hardened with 1% nitrogen, not carbon. A Hawkbill blade curves around rope, webbing, and netting for cutting while pulling downward. The curved tip holds what you're cutting against the sharpened edge keeping it from slipping off and away. Yellow FRN handle for a positive grip. DIMENSIONS #8226; Length: Blade 2.9 inches, Closed 4 inches, Wt: 2 ounces.

- Teton Village Sports

Spyderco Tasman Salt


The Spyderco Tasman Salt is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 1, 2015 at The Spyderco Store.

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