I am not a big fan of many of the modern, high-end stainless steels for use in field knives. They are just too much of a pain to sharpen in the field. There are a handful of stainless steels that have managed to win me over for use in field knives and my favorite of those is VG-10. Given my appreciation for VG-10, I was thrilled to see that Spyderco has introduced a new line of no-frills utility knives made from the steel.
The Spyderco Enuff has three available blade shapes – Spyderco’s well known and much loved leaf shape, a clip point, and a sheepsfoot. Each will excel at different tasks. The leaf shape is probably the most versatile of the bunch, while the clip point has a tremendous amount of belly for dressing game. The sheepsfoot is a classic rescue knife design.
Spyderco outfitted these knives with contoured and textured FRN handles which are very functional. The texture is similar, if not identical, to what they typically use on their FRN handled folding knives. They are easy to clean and really lock the knife into your hand. Spyderco also provides a kydex sheath that offers a multitude of carry options.
Check out the Spyderco Enuff on KnifeCenter.com.