Worx JawSaw

The storms of spring often bring plenty of downed branches and trees in need of a quick trim, but if you're like us, the idea of getting out there with a full-bodied chainsaw sounds about as smart as juggling venomous snakes. Enter the Worx JawSaw ($120). Capable of handling limbs and shoots up to four inches wide, the JawSaw holds its prey inside its jaws, ensuring stability while keeping the six-inch chainsaw away from your fingers and toes, and its electric design makes it more eco-friendly than its gas-powered counterparts.

  • Base Camp X Axes

    Handmade and designed to last a lifetime, Base Camp X Axes ($175-$445) are a handy tool for clearing away that brush this spring. Available in five styles, including the large Titanis, the double bit Cruiser, and the Nepal-inspired Khukri, these high-end choppers are finished with fine woods and leathers, and feature blades sharp enough to fell a tree without breaking a sweat — or something like that. [Thanks, Brad]

  • Hardcore Hammers

    There are hammers, and then there are Hardcore Hammers ($60). These prolific pounders feature a milled core forged from the same steel as a jackhammer bit, a smooth outer rim to protect the traction surface — and your fingers — and legendary durability. What you build with all this awesomeness is up to you.

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