Gerber Pack Hatchet

Jun 14, 2018

Category: Gear

Although it has a history of being a weapon of war, the hatchet is mainly thought of now as a single-hand striking tool for splitting wood, a simple, yet indispensable item for those that love nature. Gerber set out to refine the design of the tool with their new Pack Hatchet, and it’s perfect for hunters, soldiers and those immersed in the outdoors.

Having a solid, full tang stainless steel construction with black oxide coating, along with a tall grind for supreme sharpness, this mini hatchet will get the job done no matter what surroundings you find yourself in. Constructed to be slim and easily packed away, the hatchet won’t take up too much real estate in your travel backpack either. When it’s go time, the ergonomic choke-up, rubber overmold handle and finger grooves allow for excellent control as you use the 3.5” blade to chop up wood to warm up for the night. If you want an always reliable, finely made hatchet, look no further.

Purchase: $40

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