Jason Momoa Is Hand-Crafting Bronze Hammers Inspired By Moto Engines

Jason Momoa’s love for motorcycles, mechanics, and metallurgy is widely known, with the Hawaiian-born film star routinely taking part in various automotive and moto-related projects. And after collaborating with Harley-Davidson on a video project and a charity endeavor earlier this year, Khal Drogo has now revealed his latest passion, with an ultra-limited run of artisan-made hammers.

Born out of a joint effort with Taber Nash, of the Washington-based custom chopper outfit, Nash Motorcycle, the project has been dubbed the “Double-Knuckle” Hammer. The handmade tool takes obvious inspiration from Harley-Davidson’s depression-era Knuckle Head V-Twin engine—which received the monicker due to its rocker-box ends resembling a balled-up fist–with the hammer’s head based on the cruiser’s cylinder head and pushrod design. Limited to only 100 units in total, each hammer is made in America by hand and sports a cast bronze head mated to a Tennessee hickory that’s been given hand-applied burn rings. Tipping the scales at 1.5lbs, the 13.5” American-made tool is offered with an optional leather sheath that costs an additional $60. Available now, the Jason Momoa x Nash Motorcycle Double-Knuckle Hammer is priced at $290.

Purchase: $290+