Spyderco Jumpmaster – H1 Fully Serrated “SpyderEdge” Blade – Black FRN Handle – FB24SBK2

Original price was: $281.00.Current price is: $210.75.

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Spyderco FB24SBK2 Jumpmaster 2

The original Jumpmaster knife was developed in close cooperation with the U.S. Army 82nd Airborne Division’s Jumpmasters as an emergency cutting tool to free “hung” paratroopers during airborne operations. A distinguished member of Spyderco’s Salt Series of knives, its ultra-corrosion-resistant H1 steel blade and fully serrated SpyderEdge not only made short work of military static lines, they also offered the most impressive edge retention of any knife we’ve ever made.

The Jumpmaster 2 proudly continues that tradition, taking the extreme cutting power of a fully serrated H1 blade and packing it into an all-purpose leaf-shaped profile that offers greater point utility and eagerly tackles all cutting tasks. Like the original, the Jumpmaster 2’s nitrogen-based H1 blade is hollow ground and features a full-thickness spine and a skeletonized full tang for an outstanding combination of balance, strength, and light weight. Its injection-molded, fiberglass-reinforced-nylon (FRN) scales include Bi-Directional Texturing that, together with the handle’s refined, ergonomic shape, ensure a positive grip in even the most demanding circumstances. To complement its versatile, do-everything spirit, the Jumpmaster 2 comes complete with a snap-fit, custom-molded Boltaron sheath and a versatile G-Clip mount that supports a full range of carry positions.


  • Blade Length: 4.5″
  • Cutting Edge: 4″
  • Overall Length: 9.3″
  • Blade Thickness: 0.118″
  • Blade Material: H1 Ultra-Corrosion-Resistant Steel
  • Blade Grind: Hollow
  • Blade Edge: Serrated
  • Blade Style: Leaf-Shaped
  • Handle Material: Fiberglass Reinforced Nylon (FRN)
  • Sheath: Boltaron G-Clip
  • Model Number: FB24SBK2
  • Model Name: Jumpmaster 2
  • Made in Japan



Spyderco was founded in 1976 by Sal and Gail Glesser. In 1981, the Glessers put down roots in Golden, Colorado and introduced the first Spyderco folding knife. That knife pioneered the concept of a round hole in the blade for one-handed opening, a clip on the handle for carry at the top of the pocket, and the option of a serrated edge for aggressive cutting performance. Since then, Spyderco has steadily grown to become one of the leaders in the cutlery industry. In addition to a worldwide distribution network and manufacturing resources in the U.S., Japan, Taiwan, Italy, and China. Those Who Know, Carry Spyderco.