Om Spyderco knivar
Spyderco, based in Golden, Colorado introduced many of the innovations responsible for the modern folding knife as we know it. Spyderco, founded by Sal Glesser in 1978, originally sold knife sharpeners and introduced their first folding knife, the Worker, in 1981. The Worker was the first pocket knife with a clip, and featured Spyderco’s round hole in the blade which allowed for easy, ambidextrous one-handed opening. In recent years, Spyderco’s leadership has been transitioning from Sal to his son Eric Glesser and together they design many of Spyderco’s knives. The company designs its knives from the ‘edge out’ with pure utility in mind. Spyderco lead the industry in introducing new blade steels, often working closely with user feedback to determine which ones to use in full production. The company manufactures knives in the US, Taiwan, Japan, Italy and China, and collaborates with dozens of custom knife makers to offer a wide range of fixed and folding knives for every cutting task.