Thursday, February 18, 2016

Photo Review: Spyderco HAP40 Endura

About halfway through Spyderco's sprint runs of the HAP40 Japanese FRN models, it's fair to say that HAP40 is hot. The HAP40 Endura was the first HAP40 knife I held in my hands, but for whatever reason, it's taken me longer to get the photos ready. I also struggled with the photos. The burnt orange color seems to defy capturing it accurately with a camera.

So, I just decided to dump these photos and maybe do a second photo session at some later point in time. Photos of the Stretch came out much better, and I'm learning to work with that weird burnt orange color. It's a great color other than being harder to photograph.



Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Product View 1

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Product View 2

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Product View 3


Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Product View 4

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Product View 5


Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Product View 6

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Product View 7

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Product View 8Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Product View 9

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Product View 10

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Product View 11

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Product View 12

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Blade View 1

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Blade View 2

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Blade View 3Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Blade View 4


Spyderco HAP40 Endura - With Delica 1

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - With Delica 2

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - With Delica 3

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - With Delica 4

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - With Delica 5

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - With Delica 6

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - With Delica 7

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - With Delica 8

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Triplets 1

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Triplets 2

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Comparison 1

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - Comparison 2

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - In Hand 1

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - In Hand 2

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - In Hand 3

Spyderco HAP40 Endura - In Hand 4


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