Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by jeeter, Sep 9, 2016.
There ya go!
A choiless 6 in 3v
That's Emac's he modded it himself.
A 1/8" or 5/32" Izula or Izula II
I know a lot of folks want a hawk but I would rather have an axe head or even just a hatchet head. The ability to re-haft is important to me.
So this is for the 2017 product line huh? I'd say...
1. Izula folder, duh
2. A one piece hawk as someone else mentioned. I've been wanting one and an ESEE one would be perfect.
3. DIY stick poke tattoo kits with stencils of the different logos.
I'd like to see more ESEE apparel. Hell, ESEE keychains would sell like hotcakes!
Or get Darn Tough to make some ESEE socks!
I'd love that. I'm slowly phasing out my cotton socks for wool and REI and Darn Tough are the only ones I like.
I have a pair of Darn Toughs that are almost 10 years old. Worn weekly to work with steel toe boots.
They only last when you don't do real work
Just messing with ya. If any of my work clothes or boots last more than 6mo-1yr I'm happy with them. I'd buy some ESEE swag.
Just go buy you some Darn Tough socks. You'll thank me later!
I loved the size and shape of the 4 so much. If they'd make one in S35VN or 3V I'd sell my GSO 4.1 tomorrow. Ok maybe not but I'd sure as hell buy 2 with TKC scales !
I think they sell a pill for that j/s
But the blade says CRKT
I thought no one would notice. You got my like.
Axe with a tomahawk-style slip fit eye like the Italian ones I carry. Makes it so you can carry just the head (perhaps with a stubby hatchet-sized handle) and be able to field fashion a handle with nothing more than the head, as well as using multiple handle lengths interchangeably on the same head and using just the head itself as a stand-alone tool. Most tomahawks on the market have a weapon geometry rather than that of a working tool. The problem with conventional axe eyes is the difficulty in removing a busted handle and then cutting the kerf/wedging the replacement since you need a saw, or else risk splitting the handle you just spent a bunch of time making by splitting your kerf.
An 1/8" #4