Based in the Rocky Mountains at Golden, Colorado, Spiderco Cutlery has spent 39 years pioneering such now-common features as pocket clips, serrations, and the opening hole. Now they have added a new member to their highly popular Native Series of folding blade knives.

The new Spiderco C229GS Shaman Folding Knife is a bit larger than the rest of the iconic series. It has a 3.58″ blade constructed of CPM S30V stainless steel given a satin finish, high saber grind, a very acute point, and either a serrated edge along the majority of the cutting length or a plain edge. It has a compression locking mechanism for a safe and secure fold.

The handle is made of skeletonized stainless steel liners wrapped in matte-finish G-10 scales with a stabilizing finger choil and finger groove. The four-position pocket clip allows for either left or right carry and points up or down for maximum flexibility. At just 5.2 oz. the Shaman is light enough to go anywhere.

Buy From Knife Center $150