Spyderco used to make a clip knife called the Worker. It was, without question, my favorite general carry knife. I lost it like is often the case with a good knife. I figure I put it down somewhere that I was working on something that needed a sharp edge.
At any rate, Spyderco has a new knife (I can’t convince them to bring back the Worker.) they are calling the Yojimbo2. It is a bit larger than the original Worker but it does have a unique and very pointed blade that you could pick your teeth with. (A chore often performed with my old Worker knife.)
I’ve just started carrying the Yojimbo2 so my experience is limited but I do like the way it feels in hand, the 3-1/4-inch CPM-S30V hollow-ground blade, rear liner lock and the textured G-10 scales. Right now it is riding, tip-up, in my Mountain Khaki Teton Twill Pants which have a perfect shelf cut on the pocket for a clip knife. The Yojimbo2 is an interesting blade worth checking out.