SOG Voodoo Hawk Mini Tomahawk

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Made famous for their reproduction of the SOG Knife from the Vietnam era, the Santa Monica-based crew at SOG has delved deep into the world of tactical gear, focused on building the proper tool for every occasion. Combining features from their tactical tomahawk and their beloved Fast Hawk, SOG has debuted their Voodoo Hawk Mini.

Don’t let the small size of this mini tomahawk fool you. It’s packed with a large 3Cr13Mov steel cutting edge to handle any task you can throw at it, along with a stainless steel pommel and compact glass-reinforced nylon handle for a firm grip. The tool measures in at 12.5 inches, and weighs just over 23 ounces. Each one comes with a ballistic nylon sheath for easy transport, and is backed by the brand’s lifetime warranty. Scoop yours up for $38. [Purchase]

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