An axe created by Wetterlings in collaboration with 'survivor man' Les Stroud.
There are several axes emerging onto the market specifically made with bushcraft and outdoor adventures in mind, this is SA Wetterlings response.
For outdoor adventures it's good to feel confident that the axe you take with you is capable of most jobs.
Wood splitting is going to go well, the thin bit expands out past the broad eye busting logs easily apart.
At 550mm (21 1/2") the handle permits two handed use for bigger material.
A bearded axe that allows the fingers of the hand to get right behind the head for fine shaving work such as when making feather sticks or an impromptu spoon.
There aren't many axes with a hardened poll permitting use as a hammer. The 'hammer' feature on this axe is very distinct.
Without question a beautiful axe to the eye and well proportioned.
Noticeable in particular is the strong eye, with plenty of metal gripping the handle to give a rock steady feel.
The straight American hickory handle is 550mm (21 1/2") long.
The fairly straight cutting edge is 85mm (3 3/8") long, the equal bevels are ground to 25 degrees, very gently convex.All Wetterlings axes come with a beautifully made rivited 3mm thick vegetable tanned grain leather sheath, a twenty year forging guarantee and their axe booklet