TOPS VI AX Axe

Aug 18, 2016

Category: Gear

If you are looking for a serious axe that you can use while camping, doing property upkeep, and for home protection, look no further than the VI AX from Tops.

An American-made axe that has a modern flare mixed with an old-world focus on utility, this thing was designed by Leo Espinoza, and is crafted from a solid slab of 1075 steel for better resistance on intense impacts. This makes it so you can use the axe to break down wood around your property or campsite without worrying as much about cracking or denting. For a good grip and solid leverage, the axe has a long handle fitted with a Black Linen Micarta handle that gives the user a strong hold on the tool no matter the conditions. For when the axe isn’t in use, either in your house or strapped onto the back of your bag, it can be fitted with a black leather sheath. Unleash your inner viking for $281. [Purchase]

TOPS VI AX 1

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