This endlessly functional, award-winning blade sports more than just a razor-sharp edge. It’s modeled after the traditional Japanese hori-hori, a multipurpose gardening tool, but Barebones has taken their rendition up a notch with a few well-executed upgrades. We’re talking both straight and serrated edges, a pommel base for quick hammering, a curved spade scoop, depth markings, a rich and durable walnut-finished wood handle, and a twine-cutting notch that doubles as a bottle opener.
It comes secured into a heavy-duty canvas sheath, which is reinforced with a durable lining and stainless steel belt clip supports — so you can keep it handy, always. Whether you’re yanking out weeds from the garden, cutting a length of fishing line, or whittling a walking stick at the campsite, it'll provide you with lots of multipurpose backup.
Rust-resistant stainless steel
Straight and serrated edges
Hardwood handle with walnut finish
Waxed canvas sheath with copper and leather accents