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Revision as of 04:09, 3 March 2008

This is a collaboration model and the design partner is Mr. Wayne Goddard, a master smith in the American Bladesmith Society. The design is unique and goes back to a custom model of Wayne, called “Odin’s claw”.


Information from the Spyderco catalog

Over thirty years ago, Wayne Goddard set out to create a heftier, stronger knife that would hold a better edge. Today Wayne is a historian of the folding knife and creator of this Spyderco/Goddard collaboration series. This design is a composite of hundreds of different Goddard folders and is available in three sizes. The 50/50 combination blade incorporates the Spyderco Trademark Round Hole and eliminates the “hump” just above the hole. The blade has just enough belly to be effective, and the tip is reinforced to accommodate heavy-duty work. The slim scales are made of Micarta to provide strength, lightweight handling and attractive styling. The handle includes a built-in “guard” to provide optimum protection against sliding up on the blade, and the clip is positioned high on the knife for convenient carry (note that the Baby Wayne Goddard does not have a clip). Each of the three sizes performs well in a variety of situations, and each makes a great utility tool.

The knife in itself features a sturdy drop-point blade, hollow saber grind, Mar-McBurnettte front lock, clip and opening hole. The designer’s signature is etched onto each blade. The micarta handled knives have the standard clip for tip-down, the FRN variations offer ambidextrous clip for tip-up carry.

Variations

All are made in Seki city, Japan.

SKU Handle material Blade steel From/To MSRP Specials
C16PS Black Micarta G-2 1991-1998 129,95 N/A
C16S Black Micarta G-2 1991-1998 129,95 N/A
C16PSBK Black FRN ATS-55 1997-2000 68,95 N/A
C16PBK Black FRN ATS-55 1997-2000 69,95 N/A
C16PS Custom (black micarta + wood inlay beaver) G-2 1998 Club price of 125,- OKCA Club Knife
C16PSGY Gray FRN VG-10 2004 74,95 Sprint run of 600
C16PGY Gray FRN VG-10 2004 74,95 Sprint run of 600
C16PSBRG Burgundy FRN VG-10 2006 89,95 Sprint run of 600

Other known variations

Other known variations in collaboration with Mr. Wayne Goddard: C18 Wayne Goddard Jr. and C20 Baby Wayne Goddard.

Most collectable variation

Technical information

Typically measurements (mm and grams) of the C16 Wayne Goddard:

SKU Length overall Length closed Hole Ø Blade length Cutting edge Blade thickness Weight
C16 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
C16BK 222 131 12 92 87 3 91
C16GY 222 131 12 90 87 3 90
C16BRG ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

Web links

The Wayne Goddard on Spyderco's website.

Pictures