Limited Edition Hori Hori Ultimate & Sheath
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Barebones is donating $20 in sales from each Limited Edition Hori Hori Ultimate & Sheath purchase made to non-profits that are actively working to make the outdoor spaces in America more accessible and safe for BIPOC.
This donation and support will continue beyond February until all 2,800+ are sold.
This uniquely designed multi-use tool is the perfect companion for all your outside escapades. Pound in tent stakes with the flat pommel base. Measure planting depth with the handy inch marks. Saw a branch or whittle some kindling with the rust-resistant, double-edged blade.
The 900D polyester canvas and reinforced lining of the sheath come together beautifully to sustain and preserve the Hori Hori. Its stainless steel belt clip supports easy carrying and accessibility, while the strong handle strap restricts the blade from slipping or moving. The Hori Hori Sheath’s open end allows for easy cleaning and prevents soil buildup, preserving the Hori Hori’s blade for years of continued use.
See the Hori Hori in action. Watch as our founder highlights his favorite features and explains why it’s one of his favorite tools.
this tool is beautiful, mutipurpose, and functional. brought on a second date to transplant roses, dude loved the tool and thought i was a sturdy gal, prepared for a burly job (which i am usually in both respects). i brought it on a road trip and my newborn gardner sister loved it so much i got her one too. edges will be difficult to sharpen, but its not my only tool, so its cool.
I love it! The grip is good, blade solid and sits nicely on my belt. The only thing I wish it had was the ability to sit parrelel with the ground. I er all worth the buy
What a great tool for weeding, digging and planting bulbs. I bought one for my brother too!!
This is simply my go to tool for all things garden maintenance. I love everything about it. It is a noticeably strong design you can really get great torque on pulling up tough roots.
All edges, including serrated side and twine cutter, we’re blunt on arrival. The knife appears to otherwise be well constructed. I’m hopeful it’ll be useful once sharpened.