Spyderco’s Resilience C142GP kept the consumer’s pocketbook in mind.
This knife comes with a moderate price tag and an 8Cr13MoV steel blade. The black handle is made of G-10 with skeletonized steel liners.
The pocket clip is reversible for easy carry. Spyderco’s collection of Value Folders are named after admirable human characteristics.
Spyderco’s economic Persistence is the smallest, the Tenacious is mid-sized, and Spyderco’s new Resilience is the largest.
All three folders offer a high level of cutting performance, materials, and construction for around the cost of a tank of gas.
The Resilience has a full-flat ground 8Cr13MoV stainless blade with a tip-to-handle cutting edge.
Jimping cross-hatches the spine offering a slip-proof seat for the thumb while grasping and cutting.
G-10 handle scales house skeletonized steel liners inside, a Michael Walker Liner Lock, screw-together construction, and phosphor bronze washers around the pivot for smooth and resistance-free action.
House glass stainless pocket clip is four-way compatible for tip-up/tip-down, left/right-hand carry.
Feature-for-feature, dollar-for-dollar, performance-for-performance, the Resilience adds one more must-have best buy to the Spyderco line-up.