Barebones Outdoor Products and Tools
It started with a purpose. Barebones is about what feeds you. Literally. Figuratively. Soulfully.
It's all about food, nature, and the pull of the fire. Whether you’re cultivating, cooking, camping, or exploring, Barebones products will elevate your outdoor experience. Each item is meticulously thought out in-house by their team of passionate designers. They sell products they love and use and want you to enjoy them too. They are meant to withstand all normal rugged wear and tear and Barebones stands behind the quality of all of its products.
Clear brush, strip bark, plank wood, make kindling–all with one thoughtfully-crafted tool. Inspired by a traditional Japanese implement and constructed with heritage-quality materials, the Japanese Nata Tool unites versatile function and refined durability. The stainless steel machete-like blade and a solid steel core that extends through the length of the hardwood handle lend stability and greater swinging weight yet it still packs thin and light, making it an essential addition to any collection.
A nod towards the timeless design of Japanese implements, the Nata Hatchet is as handsome as it is functional. The 7” easy-sharpen blade features 5mm thick 4Cr14MoV full-tang stainless steel, ideal for all-around outdoor work. With a wide bevel and serious heft, this hatchet handles controlled chopping, kindling splitting, and trimming with ease. The extra-long edge makes it a go-to for pruning, debarking, and removing limbs.
This is the ideal chopping axe. its wide-angle, 1055 high carbon steel split blade keeps its edge time after time. The rounded blade is perfect for chopping and splitting. A 1/3” solid steel core through the wood handle secures the head with a tightening hex bolt and connects it to the steel pommel end to help you maneuver easily around rooting and trenching.
This is a durable knife meant for hard work, with a strong backspring and a crisp "walk and talk". The sheepsfoot blade is favored by boatmen because it lessens the chances of accidental stab wounds on a pitching deck.
The Japanese Garden Knife, Hori Hori, roughly translates to “dig dig”. And this is a great heavy-duty, do-it-all garden knife. The broad blade has a plain edge on one side and a serrated on the other, giving you the power to cut tough stuff like rope and those hideously uncooperative bags of fertilizer, mulch, and potting soil.