Spyderco has released three fixed blades in its new Enuff line, all of which are top-notch options for outdoorsmen who prefer a smaller, more maneuverable knife. Longtime Field & Stream editor, Slaton White, once told me the blade of a good hunting knife should be no longer than the user's index finger--the logic being, when you're working inside an animal, or anywhere you can't see your knife, you know where the blade ends and therefore can keep your other hand out of its path. The Enuff series certainly fits that bill, with blade lengths for the sheepfoot, leaf shape, and clip point (pictured here) all measuring about 2.75 inches. All three are constructed from VG10 steel and weigh between 3.08 and 4 ounces. The leaf-shaped and clip point blades are full-flat ground with a smooth edge and the sheepfoot is a hollow ground, rescue-style blade with a fully-serrated edge.