We specialize in tomahawks for all situations, the Loggerhead defines that more than any other tool in our line up. The Loggerhead is an high-performance hammer poll tomahawk that fits in wherever you need it. It's a great outdoor adventure tomahawk for hikes and camping, and a robust first responder breach and extract tool. That includes if you need to cut electrical wires, breach an electric vehicle or work around any live wires. Think of one tool, many tasks. The tomahawk features a 3 inch forward edge that is razor sharp, that is combined with a hammer poll that can be used for hammering when needed. The head will work for shattering tempered glass, breaching windshields, penetrating sheet metal, it can be used to hack through concrete and wood, and just about anything that else! We want you to never leave home without being prepared, whether that's a serious emergency situation or a day hike with friends.
Now onto what sets the Loggerhead apart from the rest. That is a super tough rubber over-molded handle that is textured for extra grip with a huge bonus beyond great grip and vibration reduction, it is also insulated. The Loggerhead has been tested to be insulated up to 2,000 volts. Meaning if you are chopping through a wall and connect with a live electrical wire, you will have some protection from getting electrocuted! The butt end of the grip features a cap that screws off to gain access to a small storage compartment. The ax features our Tungsten Cerakote finish for corrosion resistance and a low viz look. It includes a Bottom-Eject molded kydex sheath and Low-Ride M.O.C. straps.
Great for: Breach | Camp | Utility | Backpack | Preparedness Kit | Emergency / Safety
- Overall Length: 5.5 in
- Overall Height: 15 in
- Forward Cutting Edge Length: 2.75 in
- Blade Thickness: .375 in
- Weight: 1 pound 9 ounces (without sheath)
- Blade Material: 80CRV2 Carbon Steel (HRC 57-58)
- Sheath: Molded kydex sheath and Low-Ride M.O.C. straps
In the box: Loggerhead Hammer Poll, Kydex Sheath with Low-Ride M.O.C Straps, User Documentation