Spyderco 2014 Production Sample – Peter Carey Rubicon

The Peter Carey Rubicon was just a beautiful custom folder….made by Spyderco. I’m not a big custom knife expert, but this knife had me do a double take to make sure this wasn’t the original custom knife, being used as a concept model.  The Rubicon pictured here was a production sample.

I remember it being a solid feeling folder, without it being too heavy. The lines of this flipper design were very striking, with an orange G-10 accent around the pivot and an orange G-10 spacer.  The handle was made of full carbon fiber scales that were rounded for a more 3D ergonomic grip.

The approximate specifications of the Rubicon are:

Overall Length:  19 cm / 7.48 inches
Edge Length: 7,5 cm / 2.95 inches
Blade Length: 7,8 cm / 3.07 inches
Blade Thickness: 0,35 cm / 0.14 inches









8 Responses to Spyderco 2014 Production Sample – Peter Carey Rubicon

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  3. […] Spyderco gets in on the award action with the Spyderco Rubicon taking home the Imported Knife of the Year Award. The Rubicon is a production model of the Peter Carey Rubicon. You can see more pictures like the one above and read more about the specs at the Spydercollector site. […]

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  5. […] most Spyderco folders, but it is very much like a custom folder, like I noted after handling the production sample earlier this year. The Rubicon is quite the piece to proudly show off when you attack that […]

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