Gransfors Bruk Wildlife Hatchet

May 18, 2016

Category: Gear

We all know looks can be deceiving. Advertising tends to mislead us into believing in a certain product quality that too often never exists. When this happens we feel duped, used, and abused by some suit on Madison Avenue that manipulated us through a television or computer screen. Well my friends, say goodbye to those days (at least in the world of wildlife hatchet) thanks to this scouting and camping axe.

What we’re trying to say here is that the Gransfors Wildlife Hatchet is the last camping axe you will ever own. It features the same head as the smaller Hand Hatchet version (1 pound with 3 inch bit) but on a longer 13.5 inch hickory handle, lending more power to the axe no matter what you’re chopping. It’s practical for carrying in your rucksack and capable of breaking down large branches or splitting small logs. Keep it close by to the fuel the campfire and when it’s not in use the axe’s sheath prevents it from cutting into you pack or harming others from unintended use. It’s amazingly sharp, weighs just 1.3-pounds and comes with a 20-year guarantee. Pick one up today for $190.
[Purchase]

More From Gear

Sea To Summit's TPU-Coated Pack Rack Is A Durable Travel Essential

An inflatable solution for those who lack traditional roof storage.

Posted By Chris West

Partner

This Handsome Oris Auto Watch Was Inspired By America’s Pastime

A partnership with the NY Yankees Manager to promote men’s health.

Posted By Sean Tirman

Partner
Featured Image

The Wishlist: 20 Best Gifts For The Gamer

Give the gift of game-related gear to the thumbstick hero in your life.

Posted By

Nov 20, 2019

Featured Image

The 10 Best Beach Camping Essentials

Make your seaside getaway an even more enjoyable affair.

Posted By

Nov 20, 2019

Featured Image

Weber’s SmokeFire Series Combines Wood Pellet Grilling & Smart Tech

Utilizing a built-in app, which monitors and surveys temperatures and times.

Posted By

Nov 20, 2019

Featured Image

Field Notes’ Gilded Pocket Notebooks Were Inspired By The Periodic Table

Limited-edition USA-made winter release celebrating copper, silver, and gold.

Posted By

Nov 19, 2019