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Japanese Hand Axe

Japanese Hand Axe

Swing like a samurai with the Japanese Hand Axe ($50). Okay, so it doesn't really have anything to do with samurais, but its 4.5-inch laminated steel blade sports a razor-sharp high-carbon edge, and combined with the wooden handle makes it the perfect tool for chopping up kindling for a fall fire — or fighting off angry groups of ninja.

  • Little Giant BigTrex Ladder

    It's always irritating when you're trying to get a job done several feet up in the air only to battle baby-sized rungs. The Little Giant BigTrex Ladder ($170) solves this problem, and several others, with innovative features like extra-wide, 6.5-inch deep rungs, an integrated no-pinch handle that lets you open and close the ladder with just one hand, an included tool tray with a magnetic cubby for screws, nuts, and bolts and an integrated tool slot, and a weight of just 22 lbs. The downside? You now have even fewer excuses to replace that burnt-out, far-off light bulb.

  • Field House Trusty Workshop Apron

    Made from salvaged, heavily-used canvases and sporting a design based on hours of customer conversations, The Field House Trusty Workshop Apron ($165) is designed to be your go-to cover when taking care of projects big and small. Constructed by third-generation Seattle sailmaker George Broom, this no-nonsense apron features a criss-cross harness system for comfort, two chest pockets — one for a calculator and one for a carpenter's pencil + compass — and a large pouch pocket with dividers for nails, screws, and other tools, all covered by a flap to keep sawdust and debris away from your gear.