Spyderco co-founder Sal Glesser created the original Enuff series of fixed-blade knives to emphasize the first few inches of the edge nearest the handle, where most of the work is done. How much blade is “Enuff,” however, is a matter of opinion. For users who love the Enuff platform, but wanted just a bit more blade length, there’s the new Enuff 2. It features the same injection-molded, fiberglass-reinforced-nylon (FRN) scales, Bi-Directional Texturing, and skeletonized full-tang construction as the original Enuffs, but at 3.93 inches (100mm), its serrated leaf-shaped blade is 43 percent longer. Full-flat ground from .118-inch-thick (3mm) VG-10 stainless steel, it is also 25 percent thinner. The SpyderEdge blade nestles into an injection-molded polymer sheath equipped with a versatile G-Clip™ mount that provides a full range of carry options.
**Knife is as shown but with a fully serrated SpyderEdge blade