Barebones Hori Hori & Sheath


Color: Walnut
Price:
Sale price$82.99

Description

Translated from Japanese, the Hori Hori (meaning dig dig) is a shovel shaped blade created for scooping, digging and weeding with ease. It doubles as a twine cutter and bottle opener and is great in the garden, at the trail or at camp. It's pommel base can be used to pound in stakes and markers. There are inch markings on the blade to show planting depths.

Features:

Hori Hori Classic
• Vintage-inspired Japanese design
• Heat-tempered 6 ¾” blade with twine cutter
• Full, stainless steel tang
• Rich and durable walnut handle
• Copper ring accent
• Serrated edge and smooth, sharp edge
• Twine cutter and bottle opener
• 1" depth markings

Hori Hori Classic Sheath
• 900D polyester construction
• Reinforced with heavy-duty rivets
• Fits Hori Hori Classic only
• Copper-finished snap closure
• Metal belt clip

WHAT THE TCS TEAM LOVES ABOUT BAREBONES...

Barebones sings our song. They describe themselves as being ‘about food, nature & the primal pull of the fire—and we supply the inspiration, goods, and guidance to help you revel in them’. Whether you’re cultivating, cooking, camping, or exploring, Barebones aims to elevate your outdoor experience. Which is exactly what we are here for too.

Barebones also stand behind the quality of all of their gear. Their words ‘we sell these products because we love them, we use them and we want you to enjoy them too’. Equally, Barebones products are meant to elevate your outdoor experience and withstand all normal rugged wear and tear. 

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