Just posted a recap of our Day 1 coverage. Check it out and join us back here starting at 2:30pm EST for ongoing live reporting of SHOT Show 2017 Knives brought to you by KnifeCenter.com!Spyderco Carribean Salt

We hope you enjoyed our coverage of SHOT Show 2017 Knives Day 1 as much as we enjoyed reporting on it. But we’ve still only scratched the surface. On deck for tomorrow is Fox Knives, Kershaw, LionSteel, Kizer, Benchmade and more.

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Inspired by an infamously deadly Taiwanese viper whose venomous bite is said to be able to kill a man before he can walk 100 paces, Spyderco’s 100 Paces is an unconventional and surprisingly comfortable folder.

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Layered two-tone G10 scales are milled with a snakeskin-like texture and hold an inset liner lock, and the wide flat-ground blade is upswept to resemble the characteristic nose of the deadly viper.

The Spyderco Hanan brings Brad Southard’s custom compression lock flipper design to production. A svelte, classy knife, it features 3D contoured scales, titanium liners and bolsters, and an inset steel compression lock. The compression lock is a natural fit for a flipper design and, like on the Sliver, deployment is smooth and effortless.

Back in April, Founder Sal Glesser told us Spyderco had a number of compression lock flippers in the works. The company brought two to SHOT Show and both are expected to ship in 2017.

The Sliver is designed by Paul Alexander, the man behind the equally distinctive Ouroboros. We’re happy to report the action is satisfying, and the unique blade shape is eye-catching and clearly meant for work.

The One-Eyed Jack is another unexpected Spyderco SHOT Show surprise. Designed by custom knife maker A.T Barr, the small gentlemanly knife looked perfectly at home in Las Vegas with card suits inlaid into its polished white G-10 scales.

Even among Spyderco’s colorful lineup, the compression lock Spyderco Caribbean Salt is an attention getter with unique bumblee G-10 handle scales. Sporting a rust-proof LC200N blade it’s a perfect mid-sized knife for waterside EDC or just something a little different. It didn’t make the catalog but still could make it into your pocket in time for summer. The Caribbean will be available with or without serrations in a sheepsfoot or leaf shape blade.