Spyderco: Chaparral - Raffir Noble Acrylic - CTS-XHP - C152RNP

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Spyderco: Chaparral - Raffir Noble Acrylic - CTS-XHP - C152RNP

Spyderco's Chaparral series is a family of slim, pocket-friendly gentlemen's folding knives that celebrates the diversity of different handle materials and treatments. This unique version of the Chaparral features full stainless steel liners and smoke-colored Raffir Noble scales. Manufactured in Denmark, Raffir is a strikingly beautiful composite material that encapsulates metal mesh in a durable, translucent epoxy resin. The Raffir Noble pattern combines a smoke-colored acrylic with a mixture of brass and copper mesh. When machined and polished to create knife scales, it reveals a unique, semi-transparent, three-dimensional pattern with amazing visual depth and character. Like the other members of Spyderco's Chaparral family, this knife features a full-flat-ground PlainEdge blade crafted from premium CTS XHP stainless steel, a fully accessible Trademark Round Hole for ambidextrous one-handed opening, a sturdy back lock mechanism, and a reversible deep-pocket wire clip that supports discreet left or right-side tip-up carry. A highly functional pocketknife that also offers tremendous pride of ownership, the Chaparral Raffir Noble truly cuts with class.


 Overall Length:   6.40" 
 Closed Length:   3.60" 
 Blade Length:   2.8" 
 Cutting Edge:
 Blade Steel:   CTS-XHP 
 Blade Thickness:   .079" 
 Weight:   2.3oz. 

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  • 4
    A beautiful Gentleman's knife

    Posted by Tom from Utah on 28th Jul 2018

    This is a small knife, which is what I was looking for. It is a very striking with the Raffir Noble pattern. I wear an XL glove and the blade/frame choil is where my index finger rests with my remaining fingers gripping the frame with about 1/4 inch to spare. 3 1/2 fingers on the handles behind the choil. The spring is very tight which makes opening and closing the knife a bit difficult. The spider hole is very sharp too. We'll see how it breaks in. Other than these initial issues I am pleased with it .