The Spyderco Navaja folding knife is a modern take on a design that originated in 15th century Spain. Originally used by Gypsies and Gitanos for various tasks and self-defense, this knife has been updated by Ed Schempp. It features a modified clip-point blade made of S30V steel, with a concave spine swedge for added style. The handle is made of carbon fiber scales, complemented by stainless steel bolsters. The knife also includes a Walker LinerLock with full length skeletonized liners for secure handling. One unique feature of the Navaja is the Carraca, which produces a ratcheting sound when opening or closing the blade, adding to its charm. Additionally, the knife comes with a four-way reversible pocket clip, making it convenient for everyday carry.