Sometimes bigger really is better. Israeli custom knifemaker Nati Amor's first Spyderco Collaboration is one of those times. Based on his handmade "Sabotage" model, the Subvert features a broad, full-flat-ground CPM-S30V blade with a fully accessible Trademark Round Hole. The deep-bellied blade pivots on low-friction ball-bearing washers housed within the thick skeletonized titanium liners that form the foundation of the knife's stout liner lock mechanism. An impressive 3 mm (0.118-inch) thick, the full liners are capped with radiused, 3D-textured orange G10 scales and buffered by a partial G10 backspacer. A curved stainless steel pocket clip provides right-side, tip-up carry and is complemented by a unique lanyard hole for the easy attachment of fobs or lanyards.