Designed by a wildfire-fighting forest ranger, the Pulaski axe pairs a compact axe and a mattock to create a tool that shines in the great outdoors. Ed Pulaski needed a tool that was powerful and versatile, able to chop wood, clear roots or dig trenches. Constructed from strong 1055 carbon steel, the tool-head will provide decades of loyal service and is easy to sharpen. The broad mattock blade cuts smoothly through hard earth and tough roots, so channelling rain flow away from your tent has never been easier. The Pulaski axe's handsome beechwood handle has a solid steel core, adding reliable heft and strength. A snap-on leather sheath protects you and the edges when not in use.
- Invented by an Idaho forest service ranger who led 45 firefighters through “the big burn” in 1910.
- Flared cheeks increase the blade’s mechanical advantage, making splitting easier.
- Mattock blade makes short work of roots and tough ground.
- Smooth beechwood handle is flared at the base for a sure grip and confident swings.
- 8.5mm solid steel core adds strength and rigidity.
- Secured together with an Allen bolt (correct size key included), which makes it simple to replace the beechwood handle if needed.
- Solid steel pommel for hammering.
- Rugged leather blade covers are linked with a leather strap that doubles as a comfortable handle.
|Ideal for||Car camping|
|Blade material||1055 carbon steel|