Endela – LWT Flat Ground Spear Point – LockBack Folder
Spyderco Endela (C243) Lightweight Spear Point Folder …
The Endela was designed to offer a folder sized between the iconic Endura and Delica Lightweight folders. Its full-flat-ground blade is crafted from VG-10 stainless steel and has a fully accessible Trademark Round Hole for ambidextrous one-hand opening. It also has a sturdy back lock mechanism, skeletonized stainless steel liners and injection-molded fiberglass-reinforced-nylon (FRN) handle scales. A four-position pocket clip allows your choice of tip-up or tip-down carry on both sides of the body.
- Blade: VG-10 SS – Full-Flat Grind – Spear Point style
- Handle: FRN (injection molded nylon-based plastic that is reinforced with Glass Fiber) – LockBack mechanism
- Blade Edge Length: 2.99″
- Blade Length: 3.41″
- Closed/Handle Length: 4.69″
- Open/Overall Length: 8.10″
- Carry: 4-Position CarryClip – Weight: 3.1 oz.
- Origin: Japan – Spyderco Inc – Golden, CO
Black w/3.41" VG-10 Plain Edge – C243SBK, Black w/3.41" VG-10 Serrated Edge – C243SBK
Spyderco was founded in 1976 by Sal and Gail Glesser. In 1981, the Glessers put down roots in Golden, Colorado and introduced the first Spyderco folding knife. That knife pioneered the concept of a round hole in the blade for one-handed opening, a clip on the handle for carry at the top of the pocket, and the option of a serrated edge for aggressive cutting performance. Since then, Spyderco has steadily grown to become one of the leaders in the cutlery industry. In addition to a worldwide distribution network and manufacturing resources in the U.S., Japan, Taiwan, Italy, and China. Those Who Know, Carry Spyderco.