Spyderco Endela Thin Blue Line Partially Serrated VG10 FRN Folder C243FPSBKBL

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Sized to split the difference between the iconic Endura and Delica models, the Endela offers all the refined, time-tested features of both models in a “just right” size format. Time tested skeletonized steel liner construction with durable FRN scales and mid-back lock provide a durable, lightweight platform for the flat ground, modified drop point blade. This “Thin Blue Line” edition honors the service of law enforcement officers with blue liners and back spacer symbolizing the encouragement of a peaceful and ordered society, along with the laser engraved motto “To Serve and Protect” on the blade. Brand new, direct from Spyderco Knives, Japan. Blade: Functional and time tested, the modified drop point blade comes in a high performance full flat grind with versatile partially serrated SpyderEdge that increase edge surface by up to 24% and make short work of tough, fibrous materials. A rugged bronze washer pivot provides smooth operation via the ambidextrous RoundHole which delivers easy one hand operation. Handle: Bi-directional textured FRN provides exceptional traction in all conditions with a comfortable, ergonomic design with plenty of real estate for large hands. Bright blue liners and spacer offer a subtle contrast while the sturdy mid-back lock delivers secure operation enhanced by the Boye Dent on the lock bar which prevents accidental disengagement of the lock when gripping with heavy pressure. Carries via a 4-position, stainless steel hourglass pocket clip. VG10: Japanese Takefu VG10 is a high-carbon stainless steel that takes a fine edge and holds it well. Often hardened to 60-61 HRC in high-end kitchen knives, edge retention and toughness are on par with 440C with better corrosion resistance. A solid choice for small pocket knives, an acute, high polished edge delivers optimal slicing performance. Spyderco donates a portion of all sales to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, honoring the sacrifice of firefighter Stephen Siller on September 11, 2001. Tunnel to Towers operates multiple charitable programs supporting first responders and military personnel who have sacrificed life and limb for our country.
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