IIRC, both of those were customs from the maker, not Spyderco prototypes or production samples. In other words, I'm not sure if Spyderco has even made a decision as to whether to move forward with them - they were showing the customs to get customer feedback.According to EDC Gear & Gun Reviews on YouTube, at the USN Gathering over the weekend, Spyderco was showing a new small Nirvana, based on the Rassenti, "coming soon." Does anyone have any details?
Another that Spyderco showed was the Slysz swayback, which has been rumored for quite a while. He didn't mention anything regarding its release date, so who knows.
I'd love to hear from someone who was able to see either of these at the show. Also mentioned was a smaller flipper version of the Subvert.