Barebones Hori-Hori & Sheath
One of the top 100 new outdoor living tools for 2015 according to This Old House, our uniquely designed, multi-use tool is the perfect companion for all your outside escapades. Pound in tent stakes with the flat pommel base. Measure planting depth with the handy inch marks. Saw a branch or whittle some kindling with the rust-resistant, double-edged blade. But don't forget about the Hori Hori Sheath. Durable waxed canvas and reinforced lining come together beautifully to sustain and preserve the Hori Hori. Its stainless steel belt clip supports easy carrying and accessibility, while the strong handle strap restricts the blade from slipping or moving. The Hori Hori Sheath’s open end allows for easy cleaning and prevents soil buildup, preserving the Hori Hori’s blade for years of continued use.
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- Straight and serrated edge blade
- One piece stainless steel constuction
- Solid hardwood handle with walnut finish
- Gift box included
- Twine cutter and bottle opener
- Timeless copper accents
- 5 year warranty
- 1 Hori Hori Knife
- 1 Sheath
- 1 Gifting Box
14.5” L x 4.0 ” W x 1.25 “ H
Stainless Steel Blade
Hardwood Handle with Walnut Finish
Waxed Canvas with Leather Accents
5 Year Warranty
Q – Why waxed canvas?
A – Waxed canvas repels water and is durable and light, making it an ideal fabric for protecting your tools. It also wears and ages well, developing a unique patina.
Q – How do I care for this?
A –Waxed canvas should never be dry cleaned or machine washed, but can be carefully cleaned if you so choose. Brush off the loose dirt, rinse the surface with plain water, gently scrub with a brush, then let air dry. If you stains persist, use a mild bar soap or saddle soap.
Over time or after cleaning, your waxed canvas may need to be re-waxed. To do so, use a wax conditioner and apply in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.