Wetterlings Hudson Bay Axe – Hand Forged Classic

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The Hudson Bay Axe by Wetterlings of today is forged by Rikard Jansson, one of the skilled blacksmiths at Wetterlings Axe Forge in Storvik, Sweden. The axe is made of Swedish Carbon Steel and the bit is hardened to 57 Rockwell C. This is harder than most Hudson Bay Axes on the market. 2 ½ pound head, total weight 3 pound with handle, hickory handle overall length 60 cm (about 23″). Delivered sharpened and with a sustainable leather sheath.

SA Wetterlings are one of the few “proper” Worldwide Axe producers left. They produce very high quality, hand forged products with unbelievable cutting edges made from top quality Swedish steel. SA Wetterlings Axes are impeccable quality and we highly recommend them as they are simply producing some of the best designs on the market today.

The Hudson Bay Axe has a slightly heavier head than the Outdoor axe with a slightly longer handle which is made to fit for both one and two hand use. The two-hand use makes it possible to chop with a greater force making a more universal product than its smaller brothers. With the Hudson Bay Axe you can chop down fairly large trees and is simply a great all rounder.

As the name suggests it is modeled after a historic axe and the design is a tried and trusted one and was fundamental tool for survival in the New World. The Hudson Bay Axe by Wetterlings of today is forged by Rikard Jansson, one of the skilled blacksmiths at Wetterlings Axe Forge in Storvik, Sweden.

The Hudson Bay Axe is also good for limbing, if you need to sharpen a stick or chop some wood. It is ideal for Bushcraft and living the traditional life in the woods, where forest, wood, axe and fire are intertwined.

The Hudson Bay Axe fits in a large back pack, but can also be carried in your belt. It is fitted with a high quality hickory handle and comes with a leather sheath.