Estwing Leather Grip Sportsman's Axe

Priced: $39.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 12 reviews.
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Estwing Leather Grip Sportsman's Axe -
The Estwing Leather Grip Sportsman's Axe is used by sportsmen, foresters and scouts for an effective axe with a light carrying weight. Since 1923, the Estwing family and its employees have taken pride in designing and manufacturing the world's most durable, comfortable and attractive striking and struck tools.


  • All steel construction.

Traction and Grip:

  • Fully polished with genuine leather grip and sheath.


  • Head and handle forged in 1 piece.
  • 3.25 in. cutting edge.
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Overall length:14 in.
Weight:1.6 lbs.

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Estwing Leather Grip Sportsman's Axe Reviews:


Great little axe

Nice axe. Haven't had a change to use it much yet, but initial use is positive. It came with a good edge out of the box but I used a stone to put a finer finish on it. Seems to be holding its edge well. It's fairly lightweight so easy to transport. If you're looking for a lightweight versatile hatchet, this is it. And, it's made in the USA!
Nukewarrior at Campmor on 07/07/2011

My husband loves it!

My husband was wanting a 2nd hatchet for our 2nd home. Didn't know when I ordered that the product would turn out to be just like the one that he already has and loves! I was clueless about what to get but glad I found Campmor. This hatchet beat anything that I found from the local home improvement or hardware stores. Glad I made this purchase.
Clueless About Tools at Campmor on 01/01/2014


axe seems nice the grip is good and it seems well balanced the leather sheath is nice but i wish it opened from the other end so it could be removed quicker but i suppose its much safer this way the blade came fairly sharp but i sharpened it myself anyway. all in all seems like an excelent axe out doors axe
alex m at Campmor on 04/04/2013

Great Axe

I've been using this axe for three months now and it's preformed perfectly. I mostly use it to chop up driftwood for campfires. I've also been able to use the blade to smooth down wood and even split small logs. Because this axe is one piece of metal I never have to worry about the axe head shifting or breaking off.
Backcountry Dev at Campmor on 06/06/2012

Works great!

Perfect hatchet! Much better than the cheaply made one on every store's shelves. Spend a little more for this one for much better quality. Friend of mine had a really expensive hatchet in camp as well, this one performed just as well in side-by-side 'testing'. In fact, it was atoss-up between the two.
Dave at Campmor on 08/08/2012

Nice little axe.

Nice little axe. Needs to be slightly sharper. Did the job though. We recently went on an overnight trip, with the Scouts, up a mountain in Alabama. The axe was good for wood that was a bit softer. It had a good weight and feel to it.
Ken at Campmor on 11/11/2012

This is a workhorse

This axe was light in weight to pack on a backcountry trip into Yellowstone's back country. It gave wonderful performance in chopping the needed wood for a modest fire. It won't take a tree down, but it will prepare fall wood for a good fire.
Steve AKA Popeye at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Excellent Value

I use this in the BWCA. I have a saw for larger trees, but this is handy for whacking off branches. It also comes in handy as a hammer. You get a lot for your money.
Streaky at Campmor on 12/12/2012

Beautiful hatchet

Handle has laquer coating that I removed with some acetone. Rubbed handle and sheath with leather oil. Wonderful hatchet, feels great and looks fabulous
Scotty at Campmor on 10/10/2010

I would buy it again.

This one was made in the USA. The newest version is made in China (I think). Be sure to check.
The Creature at Campmor on 08/08/2013