This a limited edition Explore More Kestrel Trail light with gray and orange G10 handles and a Savage Stainless Cerakote finish.
The Kestrel Trail Light is the backpackers edition of the now discontinued heavy weight Kestrel Trail. This multi-use tomahawk was designed to be fast and light, so it never gets left behind, and weighs just 18oz. At 13" long, it offers full tang construction made from 1/4" 1075 carbon steel with a Tungsten Cerakote finish for corrosion and wear resistance. The Kestrel Trail Light is designed as a heavy use tool and the full tang construction absorbs impact while the hardened striking surface of the head delivers powerful impact force without chipping or shattering. The permanently attached G10 handle scales offer a contoured 3D texture that works great in both wet and dry environments without having an overly aggressive feel. The 3” forward facing edge is razor sharp and is complimented by a hammer poll for hammering tent spikes, ground anchors, or any other tasks that a hammer is called for. One tool, many tasks is the idea behind RMJ tomahawks and The Kestrel Trail light is ready for your next camping trip or day hike, or any exploration big or small.
The Kestrel Trail Light is a highly capable, lightweight, hiking, backpacking and camping tool. From chopping wood to camp site clearing and food preparation, the tomahawk is an incredible cutting tool for countless tasks. It can be worn on your belt, or carried in a pack while hiking and the light weight will not slow you down. The 13" length won't impede close quarters movement but is still plenty long and durable to make quick work of all your camp chores.
Great for: Hike | Camp | Utility | Backpack | Preparedness Kit
- Overall Length: 4.25 in
- Overall Height: 13 in
- Forward Cutting Edge Length: 3 in
- Blade Thickness: .270 in
- Weight: 1 pound 3 ounces (without sheath)
- Blade Material: 1075 Carbon Steel (HRC 57-58)
- Sheath: Molded kydex sheath and Low-Ride M.O.C. Straps
In the box: Kestrel Trail Light Tomahawk, Kydex Sheath with Low-Ride M.O.C Straps, User Documentation