Our Top Choice
Fiskars X27 Super Splitting Axe
Originating in Fiskars Village, Finland in 1649, Fiskars started with a blast furnace to forge iron, opened Finland’s first cutlery mill in 1832, and now makes expert blades.
Clean splitting with more one-strike splits. Suitable for tall builds and large logs. Heavy axe head with low friction blade for easy removal. Non-slip grip. Lifetime warranty.
Must keep the edge sharp to work, then it works like a charm.
SOG Tactical Tomahawk Axe
SOG provides gear for hunting and outdoor activities, as well as tactical and industrial gear including knives, packs, illumination gear, and apparel.
This is an updated version of the Vietnam Tomahawk used for breaching operations, excavation, and obstacle removal. Versatile tool with a lifetime warranty.
Axe head could have a stronger binding to the handle.
Husqvarna Multipurpose Axe
Husqvarna is a Swedish company that began with rifle-making in 1620, and is now a world leader in outdoor power products for forestry, lawn, and garden care.
Long handle for powerful cuts to fell small trees, trim branches, or limb logs. Comes with a leather sheath. Weighs 2.7 pounds.
Not for heavy felling work.
Estwing Sportsman's Axe
Founded by Ernest Estwing in 1923, this company hails from Illinois where they manufacture specialty tools such as axes, claw hammers, and pry bars.
Forged in one piece with American steel, this sportsman’s axe is a #1 best seller. It features a hand-sharpened cutting edge and a durable nylon sheath.
Not designed for heavy work.
Gerber Gator Combo Axe
An American brand based in Portland, Oregon, Gerber has been a master manufacturer of knives and specialty tools since 1939.
Great axe for the outdoor adventurer. Houses a coarse blade handsaw in the handle for sawing branches and brush. Rugged and lightweight camping tool.
The steel core of the handle does not go all the way to the head.