Spyderco Stretch 2 - FRN Ivory Handle / Satin Blade - C90FPIV2 (Sprint Run)

Spyderco Stretch 2 - FRN Ivory Handle / Satin Blade - C90FPIV2 (Sprint Run)

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The highly refined Stretch 2 is the product of decades of evolution and refinement. To celebrate its proud history, this limited-edition Sprint Run expresses it with an ivory-colored fiberglass-reinforced-nylon (FRN) handle and a distinctive straight-spined blade.

The first time ever featured on a Stretch 2, this iconic blade profile is crafted from VG-10 stainless steel and showcases a full-flat grind and a beautiful satin finish for exceptional cutting performance. A remarkable unique version of a true Spyderco classic, this knife is certain to become an instant collector’s item.

  • 3.48" Drop Point Blade in a satin finish
  • Ivory/Tan Fiberglass Reinforced Nylon (FRN) Handle
  • Lockback Style Lock
  • 4 Way pocket clip for right/left hand - tip up/tip down carry
  • Made in Japan
Blade Material:  VG-10
Blade Style: Drop Point Blade in a Satin Finish
Blade Length: 3.48"
Overall Length: 8.19"
Handle Length: 4.71"
Handle Material: Ivory/Tan Fiberglass Reinforced Nylon
Lock System: Lockback
Weight: 3.80 ounces
Pocket Clip: Right or Left Hand Tip Up / Tip Down
Country of Origin: Japan

Collections: Discontinued Products and Reference Library

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Customer Reviews

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Mike Knowles (mikek007)
Improved Stretch Blade

This is the second Spyderco Stretch 2 I've owned. The new, more conventional Spyderco blade shape makes this a competitor to the Para3 Lightweight...with a solid conventional clip. The ivory scales is a classic look that I didn't think I'd warm up to...but it works like a charm. I added an MXG deep cary TI clip, and it's a solid EDC knife. (I've bought and sold 3 Para3 Lightweights, really wanted them to be keepers. But I don't work well with the wire pocket clips. I've dropped them on the floor twice in public places...not the impression I want to make, plus the risk of losing them.) This new improved Stretch makes the clip a non-issue by comparison.