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Barebones Living
Pulaski Axe

Durable stainless steel and wood · Inspired by Shaker design · Made for precision work

Splitting wood isn't easy, but with the Pulaski Axe, it's not longer a chore. With a steel core and carbon steel blade, the edge stays sharp and is easy to maneuver. It even has a steel pommel built in for hammering or trenching. And thanks to an included fitted sheath, you can store your Axe safely when you're ready to head inside.

  • Features horizontal mattock blade for cutting and grubbing
  • Removable hex nut for easy re-handling
  • Features steel pommel at the base of the handle for hammering
  • Handle is 21" long
  • Made in China


Axe, hexkey, and leather sheath for safe storage


24" x 12" x 1"


6 lbs


Handle: Beech wood; Sheath: Leather; Head: Hand-sharpened 1055 carbon steel


Clean with damp cloth as needed

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Barebones Living

Barebones Living believes in building quality gardening tools, and their durable gear—like a spade, hoe, the multi-functional Ultimate Tool, and Harvesting and Gathering Bag—can easily handle digging in the dirt and many more tough jobs. Founder Robert Workman applies the Shaker philosophy (creating things that are equal parts necessary, useful, and beautiful) to his well-made tools. His designs have a minimal-but-functional feel, and are made with strong, long-lasting materials like tempered stainless steel and walnut to handily dig, weed, till, and tackle other dirty jobs without wearing down. Barebones Living was created to support Robert’s own non-profit. They now give back to marginalized people—from providing shelter after natural disasters to helping fund mobile medical clinics. For all the good these tools do in your garden, they’re also making a positive impact around the world.