Martin Genzow is a German outdoor enthusiast who used his extensive experience with all types of axes, hatchets, and tomahawks to create the Genzow HatchetHawk—a refined, high-tech interpretation of the utility tomahawk. Drop forged from tough 5160 tool steel, the HatchetHawk’s multi-functional head combines the best attributes of the classic Francisca (Frankish axe), the bearded axe, and the tomahawk. Its hammer poll gives it additional utility, while its extended beard provides more edge length for both chopping and detailed cutting chores. The injection-molded polypropylene handle has an aluminum core for maximum strength and is scientifically contoured for maximum energy transfer and control. To carry the HatchetHawk and protect it when not in use, it comes complete with a thick leather sheath with a belt loop and large grommets for baldric-style, over-the-shoulder carry.