Wetterlings Bushman Axe by Les Stroud #178
€ 127 / € 109
BeschreibungWetterlings Bushman Axe by Les Stroud #178
This axe is multi-functional, intended to be useful in many different situations in the wilderness. Keep the Bushman Axe by Les Stroud in you backpack and you are ready to handle most situations. Apart from felling and limbing smaller trees, the Bushman Axe also is handy when chopping firewood, due to its slightly broader and wedge-shaped head. The axe has got a hammer neck. Remember there is always a risk to hit steel against steel – the can be steel splinters that damages e.g. an eye! Use protective glasses and suitable workwear!
The Bushman Axe is developed and tested together with Survivorman Les Stroud, Canada.
The Bushman Axe is delivered with a hickory handle and a leather sheath.
- Total weight: 1 kg
- Total length: 56 cm (22")
- Face: 8 cm (3")
Les Stroud – “The Survivorman”
On the Discovery Channel , Wetterlings had seen “The Survivorman ‘Les Stroud and they were impressed by his wilderness experiences and knowledge. Wetterlings contacted Les and it turned out he had long dreamed of creating his own axe. Les had already designed his own knife in collaboration with Helle, the company forging knives in Norway.
“I have a legendary idea of the Swedish axes that I used on all my travels and adventures in the wilderness. When I got the offer to work with Wetterling’s to develop the perfect axe for me, I jumped on it at once. ”
Now Les’ unique axe is manufactured and sold by Wetterling’s, after intensive development, testing and fine-tuning.