Spyderco 2014 Production Prototype – Farid Mehr K2

Fans of big folders are in for a treat. After the Tatanka, Spyderco has another big folder in the works; the K2 folder by custom maker Farid Mehr. I’m afraid I didn’t pick up any details or background on this design, as I was working on photos of other prototypes at the time. I’m sure my fellow attendees of the meet can provide some background information.

The approximate specifications of the K2 prototype are:
Overall Length:  25,5 cm / 10.03 inches
Edge Length: 11,5 cm / 4.52 inches
Blade Length: 11,5 cm / 4.52 inches
Blade Thickness: 0,35 cm / 0.14 inches











3 Responses to Spyderco 2014 Production Prototype – Farid Mehr K2

  1. […] His ‘father’ could be the K2 by Farid Mehr. JD: Pocked machete! Nemo: but again if it’s going to be produced in CPM10V this huge Sebenza / Bowie like knife is going to be a must have. Farid is known for his Heavy Metal knives. He was making RIL locks in stainless steel on thick blades !! The K2 has been refined by Eric and Sal a lot before to born. Now it’s a big folder but with a slick appearance. It’s big but it’s a very useful shape. You can easily see how to cut a whole chicken or a pinapple with it. This knife is also very easy to clean. Fortunatly we got a link to the pictures here: https://spydercollector.wordpress.com/2014/03/04/spyderco-2014-production-prototype-farid-mehr-k2/ […]

  2. […] Schempp Frontier, Knutson Introvert, Mehr K2 […]

  3. […] can find out more about the knife over at Spyderco’s website or get a good look at a prototype from Spydercollector from a few […]

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