CIMBRI™ Designed by Elmer Roush in Brasstown, North Carolina
Ancient form meets contemporary function.
With deep roots in 8th century weaponry, the Cimbri™ two-handed camp axe mimics lines, balance, and heft of its medieval counterpart. But unlike the Frankish axe, its primary adversary is a stout log.
- Hot forged 1055 carbon steel is tough and durable
- Black magnesium phosphate coating on the head provides corrosion resistance
- Tennessee Hickory handle to head ratio is well balanced for extended use in the field
|Blade Length||4.09" (103.99 mm)|
|Blade Steel||1055 Carbon Steel|
|Blade Finish||Manganese Phosphate Coating|
|Blade Thickness||1.26" (31.95 mm)|
|Overall Length||26.00" (660.40 mm)|
|Weight||2.05 lb (0.93 kg)|