Originally designed to mimic the popular Japanese Garden Knife, hori hori roughly translates to “dig dig”. This hearty multi-purpose tool is built for versatility. Use it in your backyard, camping, bush-crafting, or anywhere you need it. Pound in tent stakes with the flat pommel base. Measure planting depth with the handy inch marks. Saw a branch or whittle kindling with the rust-resistant doubled edge.
Smooth and durable walnut seamlessly fit with the heat-tempered 6 ¾” pointed blade for a tool that just feels good in your hand. Added twine cutter doubles as a bottle opener, so you can enjoy a refreshing beverage of your choice after a hard day’s work.
This elevated version of the hori hori has the option of an added durable 900D polyester sheath with reinforced lining. Clip it to your belt for easy access on any adventure.
- Vintage-Inspired Japanese Design
- 12” Easy-Sharpen Blade
- Full Stainless Steel Tang
- Hardwood Handle with Walnut Finish
- Timeless Copper Accents
19.5”L x .75”W x 2”H
3CR13 Stainless Steel
Q: Why waxed canvas?
A: Waxed canvas repels water and is durable and light, making it an ideal fabric for protecting your tools. It also wears and ages well, developing a unique patina.
Q: How do I care for this?
A: Waxed canvas should never be dry cleaned or machine washed, but can be carefully cleaned if you so choose. Brush off the loose dirt, rinse the surface with plain water, gently scrub with a brush, then let air dry. If your stains persist, use a mild bar soap or saddle soap.
Over time or after cleaning, your waxed canvas may need to be re-waxed. To do so, use a wax conditioner and apply in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.