Michael Janich wrote: ↑Fri Feb 21, 2020 8:20 amTo avoid any confusion, the handle thickness of the Endura 4 is .43 inches, plus or minus a few thousandths of an inch. The handle thickness of the Pacific Salt 2 is also .43 inches, with slightly more variance along its length, but still within a few thousandths. Their profiles are identical. For all intents and purposes, the handles of the two knives are dimensionally the same.
LOL, yeah...I don't have that problem in SoCal. But I see your point about the cold weather.Jazz wrote: ↑Tue Feb 25, 2020 7:33 pmI like liners only when it’s -20° Celsius and below. Little more strength for the brittleness. I love light knives. Don’t know how some people can carry heavy a$$ pocket brick brass handles and such. I actually don’t mind the Delica and Endura liners, though. Not much extra weight, but more strength.
I started a thread about this very topic (see link below) quite recently. There Sal said, he'd watch sales of the Endela before thinking about a Salt version