Spyderco Endura4 - REVIEW

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    Spyderco Endura4 - REVIEW



    Specifications:
    Overall Length: 8.75" (222 mm)
    Blade Length: 3.75" (96 mm)
    Cutting Edge: 3.438" (88 mm)
    Blade Thickness: 0.125" (3 mm)
    Blade Steel: VG-10
    Hole Diameter: 0.5" (13 mm)
    Handle Material: FRN
    Closed Length: 5" (127 mm)
    Weight: 3.4 oz. (96 g)

    Today I am reviewing the Spyderco Endura 4 C10FPBL. I have been carrying this knife almost every day for the last week and half. While almost everybody is familiar with this knife, it's always nice to see it reviewed since it's such a great knife and Spyderco continues to keep it in their lineup.

    I'm not super familiar with older versions of the Endura but from what I read the older versions only had a tip up carry configuration. While that doesn't bother me, some people prefer tip down which this current model accommodates.

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    Nice review. The Endura 4 is my daily carry. I have the one with the Emerson opener.
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    Spyderco are my favorite folders.They are just good knives.
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    I used to be a Benchmade junky. I still like Benchmade.. But after owning my first Spyderco (tenacious) I just fell in love with the "hole" deploy. The Endura 4 has been such a great knife to carry over the last week or two I bought three more (dad, and both brothers) and bought myself the smaller Delica :)
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    Nice review

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    Thanks. I tossed a 10% Promo Code in the review.
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    I just bought my first Spyderco - Resilience. The Endura is my next purchase. Love this Brand. Kershaw is my current favorite brand, but Spyderco is growing on me :)

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    I'll always have a Endura. Perfect size weight and durability for a EDC.
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    I got my hands on one of those economy Byrd folders. The Cara Cara. IMHO pay the extra thirty bucks and get the Spyderco.
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    wow not one response
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    Quote Originally Posted by patrol View Post
    wow not one response
    I'd never heard of Byrd before. had to google it....
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