Spyderco 2015 Production Prototype – Michael Henningsson Vrango

The Vrango was originally conceived as a pure utility design to be used for fishing, for example. The downward curve of the blade apparently facilitates line cutting, and the more conventional tip helps with all sorts of EDC tasks. It’s one of those knives that might take a little getting used to, but after a few minutes of handling it at the IWA Show I decided I ‘need’ one.

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Overall Length: 15,5 cm / 6.10 inches

Blade Length: 6,5 cm / 2.56 inches

Closed Length: 9 cm / 3.54 inches

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