Condor Tool & Knife is capitalizing on its growing popularity by introducing an array of interesting new products for 2017. More than a dozen new models are on their way; with unusual interpretations of classic tools, additions to their Primitive series including their first folding knife, and a revival of the Bowie.
Designed by outdoor survival expert Joe Flowers, the Yoshimi Machete is a brush-cutting tool with a heaping helping of Japanese swordsmith style. A nearly 20-inch, 1075 carbon steel tanto blade will stand out in any outdoor loadout.
The Moonshiner, another Flowers design, is a hefty 9-inch chopper with a wide drop point blade and a large swedge. The swedge is unsharpened but it looks like it could be quite easily turned into a secondary edge if the mood strikes.
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