We’ve long been fans of Spyderco for their impressive, powerful collection of pocket knives. While many are versatile, do-anything EDC tools, we love coming across some of the more unique options from the pocket knife company. Case in point: the Spyderco Stovepipe Knife. Inspired by custom knifemaker David Rydbom’s “Bill the Butcher” design, the Stovepipe Knife sports a cleaver-style blade crafted from 4mm (.157-inch) thick stainless steel. The handle is brutal and burly with two slabs of solid titanium joined by a titanium backspacer. The internal Reeve Integral Lock mechanism keeps things slim and secure.
It’s a dramatic, stylish, and powerful knife that’s sure to start a conversation. Pricing starts at $420 at select retailers with more stock expected in the future.