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Trending: Spyderco Endura 4

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Trending: Spyderco Endura 4

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The first iteration of the Endura was originally released in the 1980’s, gaining immense popularity thanks to its light weight, long slicer blade, and ambidextrous usability. Almost four decades later, the Endura 4 remains one of Spyderco's best selling models. The Endura 4 comes with a 3.75“ leaf-shaped blade made from VG-10 and ground with a saber edge, giving it less friction while cutting and reducing both the amount of drag and the overall weight.

All Endura 4 knives feature Fiberglass Reinforced Nylon (FRN) handles, which help keep the knife down to 3.6 ounces. These handles also come in a variety of different colors and feature Spyderco’s signature Bi-Directional Texturing to give optimal grip. Deployment is via the other signature feature in the Round Hole, offering operation with either hand, and even while gloved. Once in play, the blade is held via a sturdy back lock mechanism. Last but not least, a four-way pocket clip matches the rest of the knife’s ambidextrous carry and use options. Pick it up in a variety of edges and colors at the link below.

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Jeremy Cotton ·
what is that knife on the top?