Leo Espinoza is known for his unique designs that are as functional as they are attractive. The Tundra Trekker is a Kukri-esque design that has the blade heavy balance and general shape of a standard kukri with Leo's style.
It is thinner and lighter than traditional kukris aside from the obvious fact that the blade style and saw teeth are also not something you'd see on a traditional kukri. Yet this 9" blade made with a 3/16" 1095 stock will be an excellent cutter in the field. The nicely rounded Micarta handles are long to provide more than one grip option for different cutting tasks. It has opposing pitch saw teeth on the top so that users can quickly and cleanly make notches in wood when setting up camp or for certain survival tasks.
The Tundra Trekker comes with a robust Tactical Stone powder coat finish, Green Canvas Micarta, and an open-backed Kydex sheath with a leather dangler to make it easy to carry through thick brush and trees. It will excel in anything from chopping wood, to making traps and tent pegs, clearing brush, and whatever else you might decide to throw its way.