Man's best friend
The Spyderco Pochi is one that you don't see everyday. Take a good look at it, what does it remind you of? If you see a cute little pooch, you are right on the money. It's time to let the dogs out.
Designed by Japanese knifemaker, Kazuyuki Sakurai, who specializes in intricate, handcrafted folding knives, many of which are inspired by the shapes of animals – the Spyderco Pochi is a truly a different kind of beast.
Drawing its name from "Pochi", the most common Japanese dog name, roughly the equivalent of "Spot", the Spyderco Pochi features a hollow-ground CPM-S45VN stainless blade, with a generous belly for slicing and a trailing tip for precision work.
The solid bead-blasted titanium handles house the innovative Reeve Integral Lock (RIL), which the blue-anodized folding "tail", titanium pocket clip, and pivot-pin accent complete this adorable, but highly functional EDC cutter.
Made in Spyderco's Taichung factory to the highest standards, the Spyderco Pochi is so much more than just a novelty blade. A one-of-a-kind functional work of art, the Spyderco Pochi is destined to be your best friend for years to come.
- Designed by Kazuyuki Sakurai
- Inspired by shapes of a dog
- CPM-S45VN clip point blade
- Solid bead-blasted titanium handles
- Blue-anodized "tail"
- Blue-anodized titanium pocket clip
Reeve Integral Lock (RIL)
- Blade Length: 1.56" (40 mm)
- Closed Length: 2.54" (65 mm)
- Overall Length: 3.94" (100 mm)
- Cutting Edge: 1.56" (40 mm)
- Weight: 1.7 oz. (48 g)
- Made in Taichung, Taiwan