Forged from fire, the Pulaski Axe rises from the ashes. A symbol of courage, the Pulaski Axe was named after the inventor Ed Pulaski, a Forest Service ranger who saved 40 men from certain death in the Great Idaho Fire of 1910. He designed the Pulaski Axe, the ideal axe to chop wood, cut roots and dig trenches, still a mainstay of wildfire fighters. Barebones Living have honoured Pulaski by creating their own rendition of this iconic tool. Made from 1055 high carbon steel, the split head has been weighted to help in whatever task is at the forefront. Featuring a 1/3’ solid steel core surrounded by a durable beech handle. The axe head is secured by a trusty hex bold, which also aids in connecting and reconnecting for ease of maneuverability. Tools can make or break a man, and in this case the Barebones Living Pulaski Axe gives you the upper edge to succeed and conquer the landscape.
Available from Huckberry.