Spartan Blades Enyo Knife Dark Earth Fixed Blade Neck EDC (2.69" DE Plain) SB2

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  • Overall Length:6.25"
  • Blade Length:2.69"
  • Blade Thickness:0.19"
  • Blade Material:CPM-S35VN
  • Hardness:58-59 RC
  • Finish:Brown
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:3.56"
  • Weight:2.80 oz.
  • Sheath:Kydex
  • Knife Type:Fixed Blade
  • Brand:Spartan Blades
  • Model:Enyo
  • Model Number:SB2
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Best Use:Tactical
  • Blade Style:Clip Point
  • Handle Material:Stainless Steel
  • Color:Tan
  • Product Type:Knife


This Enyo knife has a SpartaCoat Flat Dark Earth finished blade and skeletonized handle. Includes a coyote tan Kydex sheath and neck chain.

Enyo (i-nye-oh) was an ancient goddess of war, acting as a counterpart and companion to the war god Ares. This companion knife can be worn around the neck or in a pocket / inside the waist band (IWB). The Enyo’s design makes it a comfortable everyday carry fixed blade with great ergonomics. Enyo is perfectly suited for daily cutting tasks, and is always ready to assist the user. The form fitted Kydex sheath comes with a stainless steel neck chain, IWB loop and para-cord (2') for convenient carry options. Enyo lanyard includes a plated pewter Spartan helmet bead.

Spartan Blades was founded by Curtis Iovito and Mark Carey with the intent to provide the modern warrior and outdoorsman with knives that will serve them in a variety of missions and environments. They have a combined 40 years of military service and experience to draw upon in the design of their products. Spartan Blades produces knives that are highly functional and made from only premium materials.


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Dan S.
I got this as a birthday present from my girlfriend, she's the best. Her and the knife both get 5/5 stars. This thing is a little brick you never want to stop squeezing on. It feels so right in your hand you just can't let go. The sheath and the IWB attachment are incredible - so often fixed knives just bomb out on the sheath. Every molecule of whats inside the box you open is made in America out of American materials (if that's something you're into). The jimping is perfect and there are no rough edges. The tip allows for precision cutting in what would otherwise be a far too thick knife for its size. My one issue is that it is not a good slicer when you aren't using the tip, but it really isnt a big deal. I can easily strip the casing on wires and the thickness of it allowed me to ream some holes in plastic with no issues. I love it.
Great knife for a small fixed blade!
Kevin M.
I got this knife on a recommendation from a friend. Very happy I did so, and have recommended it to many others.
Primarily, the aesthetic. I've had knife people and non-knife people alike tell me how great they think it looks.
Carry. Its really light, and comfortable to carry (I used the IWB loop, about 1 or 2 o'clock), and sometimes I would forget it was there.
Ergonomic. I haven't wrapped the handle, nor do I plan to. Most bare metal handles I find to be unbearable, but I love the one on the Enyo. The jimping and finger groove put your hand in a very nice grip. It's only about a three finger grip, but with the included lanyard, it's really nice.

The ergos on the Enyo force you into a kind of one grip only hold. It is nice, but a reverse grip or even other forward grips aren't as ergonomic.
The edge geometry isn't the best for all applications. The thick stock and modified drop point with a partial flat grind look great and mean the knife is a great slasher and stabber, but its cutting performance is sub-par compared to a full flat like a para 2. The edge came sharp, and I love S35VN, but don't expect super easy food prep or slicing performance.

This is a great knife, and I've used it in my EDC for nearly a year now, and it never disappointed me. It's not an outdoors knife, go to an izula or MSK for that, but for a high quality, USA made, EDC fixed blade with an aesthetic beyond just an edge and a handle, I couldn't recommend it more.