There is no shortage of EDC knives out there, but if you want to buy an awesome knife and you want a Spyderco, start with any one of these below (in no particular order).
So, you have $50 burning a hole in your pocket and you want a new EDC knife? Well, $50 is the new $100, but your cash doesn’t go nearly as far as it used to. However, I was able to find several gems and solid folders that are worth your hard-earned cash.
The Tenacious is what you might call an entry-level Spyderco knife. You can get one just about anywhere—heck, even Wal-Mart has them—and for some knife aficionados, getting a Tenacious is the first step in a lifelong obsession with Spyderco knives.
Sometimes you get what you pay for, and sometimes—just sometimes—you get a little bit more. Those times are rare, but the Byrd Harrier 2 folding knife is one of those rare instances in which surprising quality comes in a budget-friendly package.
If you’re looking for a capable folding knife that won’t let you down and you’re a fan of Spyderco, then buy the Endela. It’s not a budget folder or a knife with super steel, but an all-around, decent, tool knife to have in your pocket.
I take a closer look at the Spyderco PM3 Lightweight, a knife I was excited to get to see if it could follow in the footsteps of other slimmed down versions that Spyderco has impressed us with. They did not disappoint here! The PM3 Lightweight is a great, light, good looking pocketknife.