Nordic Pocket Saw

Oct 27, 2016

Category: Gear

Unless you’re Leatherface, odds are you’re not carrying a chainsaw through the forest, especially if you plan on camping for the night. However, the convenience of having one available for preparing a fire is worth noting. Thankfully, the Nordic Pocket Saw offers the best of both worlds, packability, and convenience, to help you quickly and efficiently gather enough wood for the night’s fire.

Each Pocket Saw boasts raw power, thanks to the chain made from heat-treated high carbon steel. It’s an ideal makeup allowing for enhanced resilience under extreme temperatures and harsh outdoor conditions. Attached to the chain are two heavy-duty nylon handles that are also substantially durable, providing a safe and secure grip even when wet. It weighs in at 6.4 ounces, features a 25.6-inch chain, and 33 links with cutter teeth. Best of all, the Nordic Pocket Saw fits safely within its designated case, easily worn on your belt or packed away in a backpack. Available now for $45. [Purchase]

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