Mail Call: Spyderco Aqua Salt

Today’s mail call brings us the Spyderco Aqua Salt. This is an awesome little fixed blade that was discontinued a few years back, and then brought back into production by Spyderco after high demand. It features a blade crafted from H1 steel, which is completely impervious to rust, thanks to its incorporated nitrogen properties. The…

Mail Call: Rexford Knives RUT / TAD Edition

Today’s mail call brings us a pocket tool collaboration between Rexford Knives and Triple Aught Design. The Rexford R.U.T. (Rexford Utility Tool) is a pretty cool piece of gear on its own, but the TAD edition adds a few finishing touches, such as a topographical design, a small TAD logo, and chamfered edges. So… is it…

Mail Call: Spyderco Enuff Sheepsfoot Salt H-1

Today’s mail call brings us the Spyderco Enuff Sheepsfoot Salt (Model # FB31SYL). There are several variations of the Enuff model, but this particular version is rust-proof courtesy of the H-1 steel. The blade features the company’s “SpyderEdge” serrations, which cut through things such as rope and webbing like hot butter. The scales are of the newer…

Mail Call: Spyderco Para Military 2

I just received a Spyderco Para Military 2 (aka “PM2”) with black G-10 scales and S30V satin blade (# C81G2) in the mail the other day. After opening the box and picking up the knife, my first thought was, “What on earth took me so long?” This is a great folder, and I can see…