ESEE ESAXE GIBSON AXE 1095 STEEL MICARTA HANDLE AXE WITH SHEATH
ESEE Gibson Axe, 1095 Steel, Tumbled Black Oxide Finish
The made in the U.S.A. Gibson Axe was designed by James Gibson as a small, compact axe that will easily fit in a backpack. Gibson’s stated goal was a comfortable using tool that could do most camp chores, as well as being used as a carving axe. The Viking bearded head allows for close up work and the finger grooves / textured scales along with the swell on the end provides an excellent gripping surface when chopping. The 1095 high carbon steel frame is about as indestructible as you can get for an axe this size.
James Gibson is a native east Tennessean, born and raised around the Great Smoky Mountain area. With a passion and love for the outdoors, he has studied and practiced bushcraft skills most of his life. James is the co-host of the Clinch River Knap-in and has been a flintknapper for 22 years. He is also a knife maker and obtained his Journeymen Smith Rating with the American Bladesmith Society (A.B.S.) in 2003. James is the lead instructor for Randall’s Adventure & Training Bushcraft School and also has his own school in Tennessee.
Overall Length: 10.5"
Head Width: 4.5"
Weight: 20.5 Ounces
1095 High Carbon Steel, 55-57 Rc.
Finish: Black Oxide Stone Washed
Handles: Sculptured Micarta
Made in the U.S.A.