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I have been debating the same issue myself. Have you made a decision on the large or small Seb? If you don't mind me asking do you have large or small hands? I have pretty small hands (I'm 5'6") and I can't decide. There aren't any CRK dealers near here to try them out. I have a few Spyderco Delicas if you are familiar with them. They fit my hand well. The small Seb is about the same size. What are we going to do?
I have small hands myself and I am leaning to the small regular with these in mind:
1- My clothing: I mostly wear slacks and pants made of light material. I only wear a jacket a couple of months a year during winter. If it is going to be my EDC, it better be as light as possible.
2- my cutting tasks: most of the time a small knife will do for me.
3- The people factor. I think the large is verging on the size of a fixed blade.
As much as I would love a do it all knife that will do in all situations, It looks like it is going to be a small regular.
I have small hands and bought the lg. Reg. Sebby. Fits like a glove. I have a lg. Classic with Bocote inlay coming and a NICA Tanto as well.I will probably buy some(you can never buy just one)smalls when I get my fill of the large.At last count I still have about 12-15 more of the large I want.