Whether you’re chopping wood or taking down zombies, this lightweight 2-position axe is up to the toughest tasks. Designed in collaboration with blademaker Joe Pirela, it’s got a durable 6061 Aluminum handle, an S7 tool steel blade, 316 stainless hardware, and a Kydex sheath.
Baltimore Knife and Sword had a tomahawk contest between two of its blacksmiths. Matt Stagmer made the axe from Assassin’s Creed 3 while Ilya Alekseyev made the axe from The Patriot.
A multi-tool shaped like an axe head. Aside from an axe blade, It also has a hammer, a scraper, a ruler and more. You can mount it to a handle either by using its clamps or by tying it with a paracord, depending on the model you get.
Unlike conventional axes that strike wood at an almost perpendicular angle, the head of the Leveraxe is off-center and slightly swivels when it hits wood, chipping off a large chunk of wood in one strike.
With its wide, upswept axe blade, penetrating spike and paracord-wrapped reinforced handle, ThinkGeek’s lightweight ATT is a great tool to decapitate walkers. Bonus: karambit coming soon.
Make space in your man cave for the manliest coffee table on Earth. Designed by Chris Duffy, the table has actual axe handles for its legs, but the axe heads are actually made of resin composite.
Invite all your friends over to see your new, beautiful tool: the handforged classic boy scout axe, made by Sweden’s premier axe making firm and using American Hickory for its 15″ handle.