Just read up on that one, very cool. Looks like a tank.
The Mastiff wrote: ↑Sat Aug 01, 2020 8:19 amThis question is as old as the internet itself. Despite that it isn't any easier for me to answer. In fact since Spyderco began using so many different versions with different steels and finishes it keeps getting more difficult to answer. Since there is no K390 Endura yet I won't choose that though that would be a first or second choice. The other one would be a Cruwear Endura which also doesn't exist.
Of the real knives in my collection as we speak I'm going with a Hap 40 Endura.
Thank you, we are in the clear down here in the Keys. Was touch and go yesterday but it took a slight East jog running up the coast.JD Spydo wrote: ↑Sat Aug 01, 2020 10:26 amIf I had to narrow it down to just one folder I would go with one of my C-44 Dyad models>> because you basically have two blades in one folder. ( one Se & one PE)
If I had to pick a fixed blade it would be my TEMPERANCE 1 model. It's still my favorite Spyderco fixed blade model of all time.
Good luck on the storm and my prayers are with you.
Thank you, lived in the Keys over 20 years now and been through alot of them. Irma was the worst but none of them are fun. I feel blessed to have only been hit really hard that one time.James Y wrote: ↑Sat Aug 01, 2020 1:08 pmI agree with others who said this is a tough question to answer.
At this time, it would probably be my DLC-coated, G10 Manix 2 in S30V.
It’s really a question I try to avoid considering.
I’m so glad you were able to dodge the bullet with the hurricane this time.
Quite the contrary to your antithetical comment.
The Salts are so practical, I absolutely love mine for working around the saltwater. VG-10 did well for me before but the Salts are even better and so easy to touch up!!