Named after a national park in Sweden, the Sarek is a well-crafted ax meant for breaking down wood for the fire
Including five picks from expert Troop Breneger
The case for rethinking one of cycling's oldest and most misused components
Need fuel for your fireplace or home stove? Swing away.
A badass double bit axe.
Pretty enough to hang on the wall
Best Made Straight-Hold Hatchet
Axe, meet multitool
A new initiative aims to bring lumberjack fitness to city folk. How much eye-rolling should follow?
It’s seductive, manly, and primal—and really damn hard. After a few whiskeys, our writer tries to master the art in Jackson Hole with the guys at New West KnifeWorks.
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