Woodlore and Ray Mears Unveil the Spyderco WolfSpyder Knife

Woodlore is proud to finally reveal the Spyderco WolfSpyder Knife, a unique collaboration between Ray Mears and the prestigious Colorado-based knife makers. It is the first ever folding knife to be designed by Ray Mears, and is available to order exclusively through Woodlore.

The Spyderco Ray Mears Wolfspyder Knife

The Spyderco Ray Mears WolfSpyder Knife

I designed the WolfSpyder Knife to be the perfect pocket companion to the more heavy-duty tools of the bush.” – Ray Mears

As one of the world’s pre-eminent authorities on wilderness survival, Spyderco was honoured to have the opportunity to work with Ray on the production of a knife specifically designed for his discipline.” – Spyderco

The WolfSpyder has been designed to distil the power and versatility of a classic fixed-blade bushcraft knife into a compact, pocket-sized folding knife. Its flat-bevel blade means that it will perform well at woodworking and other fundamental bushcraft tasks, while its carnassial nature makes it ideal for butchering and the field dressing of game.

Spyderco is an American manufacturer renowned for its unrivalled craftsmanship and superior quality. Spyderco’s designs have pioneered many features that are now common in folding knives, including the pocket clip, serrations, and the opening hole. The WolfSpyder Knife is proudly made at Spyderco’s Golden, Colorado factory.

13 thoughts on “Woodlore and Ray Mears Unveil the Spyderco WolfSpyder Knife

  1. nemosandman

    I have received mine 12 days earlier than I thought it will be sent.
    The honeymoon has started and the Wolfspyder will be used all week during a trip in Southern France, Cinque Terre and Tuscany.
    Great stout folder. It feels really solid !
    Let’s see how the S30V scandi grind will tolerate light touch up !


  2. Vernon

    Looks an interesting knife, but again designed for right handed users as scales and clip not suitable or reversible for lefties. Why do so many knives fail before they leave the factory. 😦


  3. Craig Fordham

    Are there any plans to make an EDC non locking version? I like the blade design and would be interested, as I’m sure many other would, in a UK legal carry version. Thanks


  4. Tim

    Being from the UK and the ridiculous laws there regarding knives and locking mechanisms not being allowed etc. I can’t see the point in owning a knife like this that could snap shut on your fingers in use.


      1. Ian harmer

        I am looking forward to this collabaration. And I will be purchasing one on the release date. Due to the fact I’m sure they will be sold out in a week and be worth more on the American market


  5. John

    It’s only my opinion but all the edges on the handle look far too angular to be comfortable in use. As far as Spyderco I love them and have a healthy collection.
    Good luck with them.



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