The Sarek Splitting Axe is named after the Sarek NationalPark whichis located in Jokkmokk Municipality, Lapland in northern Sweden. Established in 1909, the park is one of the oldest national parks in Europe.
The design’s secret is a hundred-year-old Swedish splitting pattern with small cheeks and a straight blade that cuts deeply into the wood. A metal spine runs along the cheeks of the axe that reduces friction whileaddsadding wedging action to break wood open. The 3.5-lb. axe head is meticulously finished and expertly balanced with a straight 30-inch American hickory wood handle. The cutting edge is approximately 2.75-inches in length. Note: all Hults Bruk axes are hand forged, so there may be slight variations from axe to axe.
The axe head is hand forged at the historic Hults Bruk, a forge that has been in operation since 1697.
Each axe is made from high-quality Swedish axe steel, expertly tempered to hold a very sharp edge even after repeated sharpening.
Blackened, hand-finished, and razor-sharp axe head with a polished edge.
Straight American hickory wood handle, sanded, protected with linseed oiland engraved with the HB logo.
Each axe comes with a premium leather sheath, detailed user’smanual, and is shipped with a storage box.
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