Spyderco’s Endura C10PGRE is lightweight and distinguished by it’s skeletonized stainless steel liners. The knife has a 3.75 in. drop point plain edge ZDP-189 steel blade with a satin finish. The 5.00 in. black handle is made out of FRN which allows for a secure grip in even the most demanding conditions. The reversible pocket clip allows for easy carry. Overall the length of the knife is 8.75 in. and it weighs approximately 3.67 oz. Made in Japan. The knife industry is constantly pushing the envelope searching for, and testing, higher performance blade steels. ZDP189 is rapidly asserting itself as an up-and-coming steel. It’s a powdered metal made by Hitachi that has phenomenal chemistry with 3% carbon. The hardness is around 64Rc and edge retention is exceptional. This solid ZDP-189 steel blade is the hottest, hardest and highest performing steel in the knife industry today. The Endura 4 features a full flat ground ZDP-189 steel blade, a Green FRN Bi-Directional Textured Handle, four-way clip option, screw-together construction, skeletonized steel internal liners, phosphor bronze washers, David Boye Dent, spine jimping, and an enlarged opening hole.