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- Great for everyday carry
- Lightweight and sharp
- Easy to open with one hand
- Durable blade that is corrosion resistant
- Strong point and strong edge
Not assisted, but I would go with a Spyderco Endela or Spyderco Endura. Work horses right at the $100 mark. They come in bright colors as well, easier to spot if you drop it on the side of the road or something. And as far as staying sharp, they hold up pretty good. But as with all steels, sharpenin...
Great knife very sharpe and light weight
Nice EDC/Tactical Compromise
I own several knives for everyday carry, depending on how I'm dressed, what I'm doing and where I'm going. I bought this knife specifically for dark nights when I'm walking the dog...I live in a downtown apartment with some sketchy characters hereabouts, I'm disabled and I'm unable to run from a con...
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Spyderco Endura Review | BladeReviews.com
Generally speaking the Endura is a well thought out knife that gets the job done. Spyderco has massaged this design over the years and it remains a classic choice among enthusiasts. Although there are a lot more “gee whiz” options out there today with super steels and fancy materials, the Endura remains a no-nonsense choice for a larger EDC or tactical offering
Great knife, great way to
Great knife, great way to dip your toes into better quality folding knives
The VG10 endura with Saber grind is Outstanding for a camping/outdoors folding knife
A good outdoors knife will be used for wood processing, carving/whittling, animal processing, food preparation, rope cutting, producing wood shavings, scraping a firesteel, and many other tasks. It needs to have a reasonably thick and strong blade, made with a steel that is resilient against corrosi...
Tbh if I was to be cutting cactus fruit the Endura is probably the exact knife I would qant to use from my collection. An easy to clean handle with lots of reach to keep my hand away from the pointy stuff.
This is my go to knife. It holds an edge and opens easily.
A Classic And Still One Of The Best
Years ago, when I started on the police department in the 1980s, I got a Spyderco Police. The price was a stretch for a young patrolman and as fate would have it, the knife was lost during a foot chase one night only a few months later. It was replaced with various other knives, the last one being a...