SOG Survival Hawk Limited Edition Tomahawk

Dec 6, 2018

Category: Gear

SOG, having gotten their start making tactical tools for the military, knows a thing or two about utilitarian blades — be they fighting knives, folding flippers, or tomahawks. And now, their catalogue of outdoor hatchets just got a killer new addition in the limited edition Survival Hawk.

As a camping-worthy wood-cutting tool, this axe excels thanks to its 2CR steel blade and glass reinforced nylon paracord-wrapped handle. But it’s also got a few tricks up its sleeve. For starters, the blade — in addition to its cutting edge — boasts a hammering head and a nail pryer. And, in the base of the handle, there’s a hidden ferro fire-starter to help you build a campfire no matter where you go. Best of all, this whole comprehensive survival tool measures up at just 12.1″ in total, making this ideal to pack along with you on all your outdoor adventures. Available in two colors, the SOG Survival Hawk Limited Edition runs $50 a piece.

Purchase: $50

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