Spyderco Endura 4 FRN Trainer

Endura 4

In the 1980s, the original Spyderco Endura blazed a trail as one of the first lightweight clip-carry folding knives. It remains one of the most popular Spydercomodels and continues to set the standard for all other knives of its breed.

Its fourth-generation has also inspired a broad range of variations to meet virtually every user's needs and preferences. Their skeletonised stainless steel liners and injection-moulded fibreglass-reinforced-nylon (FRN) handles distinguish the Endura 4 Lightweights.

This specific version of the design features a blunt, round-tipped blade machined from AUS-6 stainless steel. The holes in the blade reduce its weight to be comparable to that of its live-blade cousin, and, along with the red FRN handle scales, it is recognised as a training tool.

All other aspects of the knife—including its sturdy back lock mechanism and four-position hourglass clip—are faithful to the sharpened versions it represents.

Overall Length - 8.563" (217mm)

Blade Length - 3.563" (91mm)

Steel -AUS-6

Closed Length - 5" (127mm)

Edge Length - N/A

Weight - 3.6oz (103g)

Blade Thickness - .125" (3mm)

Handle - FRN

Clip Position - Ambi Tip

Carry Position -Tip-Up/Down

Lock Type - Back Lock

Grind - Blunted

Sheath - N/A

Origin - Japan

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