The Condor Travelhawk Axe closes an equipment gap between hunters and bushcraft men. Innovative foundations of this novelty were provided by the Franconian Axe “Franziska” of the 6th to 8th century, the little Viking Beard Axe “Skeggöx” of the 8th to 9th century, the Inuit -Women’s knife “Ulu” of the 19th century, and the relativized requirements of a solid tool. The advantages of the Travelhawk are that it quickly breaks up into 2 parts. This makes it easy to stow and transport. The blade can be used without a handle as a qualified knife for skinning or for the processing of game. The wooden shaft is embedded in the axe blade from above. Due to the upward flare and conical blade eyelet, the axe head counteracts the centrifugal force, so that its grip becomes firmer with each stroke.
1060 high carbon steel and blasted sating blade finish
American hickory handle
Handcrafted leather sheath
Breaks into 2 parts so it is easy to stow and transport
Used without a handle as a qualified knife
Wooden shaft is embedded in the axe blade