Teepee Single Bit Axe- Green Mountains
As Albert Einstein said,
"People love chopping wood. In this activity one immediately sees results."
We are not ones to argue with geniuses. This collection pays homage to the Native American tribes that first used this shelter. Teepee, also spelled tipi, comes from the Lakota language of the Sioux. "Thipi" in Lakota is a verb which means "they dwell."
Each hatchet or axe is carefully restored, comes with a hand painted handle, and includes a handmade leather sheathe. All sorted into a box of wood chips - you know, for authenticity.