Spyderco Siren Sprint Run Satin S90V Carbon Fiber Back Lock Folder C247CFP

Model: SP-C247CFP
Manufacturer: Spyderco
Retail: $345.00
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Kayak fisherman Lance Clinton spends most of his time using knives in and around water and has teamed up with Spyderco again to deliver a knife that excels in this arena. The Siren shares many of the same elements of its brother the Waterway but offers the same performance in a folding knife platform. This limited Sprint Run edition Siren is a back lock folder equipped with a flat ground blade of CPM-S90V and handles of premium Carbon Fiber.

Brand new direct from Spyderco Knives.

Blade: A fully flat ground blade of satin finished S90V delivers top-notch corrosion-resistance along with through-the-roof edge retention and exceptional toughness for a stainless steel. The flat ground blade slices with authority while the long, straight spine and distal taper deliver a fine piercing point for controlled, detail work.

Handle: Linerless Carbon Fiber over liners houses the rock solid mid-back lock which offers easy, one-hand operation. The face of the lock bar is crowned for smooth operation. The handles are ergonomic in design with a pronounced integral finger guard and lightweight for easy carry. A lanyard hole is provided for added security.

Carries via a reversible (tip-up) stainless steel black wire pocket clip.

CPM-S90V: A high alloy stainless steel made using the Crucible Particle Metallurgy (PM) process, CPM S90V offers exceptional edge retention (high wear resistance) with corrosion resistance similar to 440C. Toughness-edge retention balance is high, making this an excellent choice where corrosion resistance and edge holding are key.


Overall Length 8.75"
Blade Length 3.60"
Sharpened Length 3.50"
Blade Thickness 0.12"
Blade Material CPM-S90V
Blade Type Stainless
Opening Mechanism Manual
Lock Lock Back
Closed Length 5.15"
Handle Thickness 0.45"
Handle Material Carbon Fiber
Clip Stainless Steel
Clip Position Tip-Up
Weight 3.30 oz.
Country of Manufacture United States