Spyderco Genzow HatchetHawk

Dec 21, 2018

Category: Gear

Outdoor authority and historian Martin Genzow took the best features from three high-performance chopping tools and fused them together to create a badass hybrid hammer and hatchet. The Spyderco Genzow HatchetHawk is a versatile instrument built for clean chopping and focused pounding to get the job done.

The hand-finished rustic tool is forged from durable heat-treated 5160 steel to guarantee superb performance. Its sharp edge is ready for any cutting or chopping job and its hammer poll on the other end is set to build or destroy. The HatchetHawk’s handle is made from polypropylene plastic injection wrapped over a sturdy aluminum core and designed for excellent control. And, it comes with a handcrafted leather sheath with a snap-faster and a loop for easy belt carry. Pick one up today as an early Christmas gift to yourself.

Purchase: $270

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