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Cold Steel Trail Hawk Tomahawk Throwing Axe 90TH

  • Overall Length: 22"
  • Weight: 23.6 oz
  • American Hickory Handle
  • Blade Thick: 2 1/4" (primary edge)
  • Blade Length: 6 1/2" (Hawk Length)

Availability: In stock

$28.38
It's time to break out your warrior face paint, moccasins, and saddled up your favorite horse. You're going back to your roots with the Cold Steel Trail Tomahawk. This tool will have you feeling like Indiana Jones in no time. Let's take a moment to think about the possibilities and prepare for the new life of awesome that you are about to embark on with your Trail Tomahawk. Imagine the world has gone completely old school. I don't mean 80s hair and guys wearing short shorts. I mean like 1800s old school. The time when everyone appreciated fire a little more and actually had some useful survival skills that didn't involve microwave dinners and Netflix. You spend your days out working the land with your Tomahawk strapped loyally to your side. You two are an unstoppable pair and put the other outlaws to shame. Wait, did I mention you're an outlaw? That's right. You believe your method of justice is better than anything the lousy sheriff is doing. One night, you're riding your horse around town, scoping out any potential problems. Suddenly, you hear a shriek coming from your neighbor's house. It's the sound of a woman in trouble and you immediately get ready to show them what you're made of. You hop off your horse outside and run as fast as you can to the front door. When you discover it is locked you try kicking it down. No luck. This door is made out of incredibly strong wood. You unstrap the Trail Hawk from your leg and rear back, setting your aim to throw it as hard as you can at the door. “If I can just make a hole big enough for my hand I can reach in and unlock the door,” you think to yourself. You release the weapon and it hits right next to the doorknob, leaving a fairly sizable hole. You remove the Tomahawk and throw it a few more times until, finally, you reach in and unlock the door with ease. You creep in slowly, unsure of who might be causing the woman to scream like a maniac. Tomahawk in hand, you approach the kitchen to find the woman standing on one of her wooden kitchen chairs. She is in her nightgown and has a ghastly look on her face. She catches you out of the corner of her eye and gasps at your presence. “Who's there?” she demands. Before I can respond she says, “Oh it's just you, neighbor, quick get in here!” “What's the matter ma'am?” I ask in my most polite, southern voice. “There's a giant spider over there!” she shrieks. “Well I'll take care of that for you.” You walk over to the wall and find a large, black spider just sitting there. You slowly reach for your Trail Tomahawk and with the butt of the handle you smash it. “My work here is done,” you say as you tip your hat. “Good night, ma’am.”
UPC 705442003991
MPN 90TH
Blade Length N/A
Blade Material N/A
Handle Material American Hickory
Blade Thickness N/A
Height (inches) 2.000
Length (inches) 22.000
Width (inches) 8.000
Warranty No
Featured Bullet 1 Overall Length: 22"
Featured Bullet 2 Weight: 23.6 oz
Featured Bullet 3 American Hickory Handle
Featured Bullet 4 Blade Thick: 2 1/4" (primary edge)
Featured Bullet 5 Blade Length: 6 1/2" (Hawk Length)
Blade Edge No
Blade Shape No
Lock Type No
Number of Blades No
Color No
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Cold Steel Trail Hawk 90TH

Hey guys, Welcome back to Knifehog.com! Addison here, and today I’ll be reviewing one of Cold Steel’s most impressive Tomahawks, the Trail Hawk 90TH.

Modeled after an early frontier pattern, the Trail Hawk 90TH is a tomahawk that you definitely want with you on a camping trip or at a closed course range to practice your aim. The Trail Hawk is 22” long and weighs only 23.6 ounces, which makes it perfect for throwing and carrying around for an extended period of time. The head of the tomahawk is 6 ½” long and is made of a drop forged 1055 carbon steel that is sharp enough to penetrate through thick wood and metal. The head’s edge comes razor sharp right out of the box and can bite deeply into the toughest materials. There is also a hammer pole on the opposite end of the tomahawk’s head that can be used to drive nails, hammer stakes into the ground to pitch a tent and smash or crush just about anything! The handle is constructed of American Hickory wood, which is perfect for absorbing the impact of hard chopping.

Overall, the Trail Hawk 90TH is everything a tomahawk should be. It’s light enough to throw and carry around but it’s edge is sharp enough and powerful enough to handle heavy duty work in just about any situation. There is not one bad thing I have to say about this tomahawk and highly recommend it to anyone looking for a light yet powerful chopping tool for hunting or outdoor purposes.

We here at Knifehog give this tomahawk a perfect score of 5 out of 5 stars. (Pros: 1055 Carbon Steel, Hammer Pull, Lightweight, Shock absorbent handle)

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  1. It's what you'd expect for the low price Review by Dusty
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    This Tomahawk was everything I was expecting it to be. No more, no less. I mostly use it for chopping and hammering and it works great. The handle is surprisingly well made and comfortable to hold. I've even left it outside and didn't see any signs of wear. The price really can't be beat for what you're getting here. (Posted on 9/25/2014)

  2. Good after modification Review by Alex
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    The Trail Hawk is a good, basic tool that is nice for beginners. It's not overly sharp but will stick pretty well into softer wood. I ended up completely removing the paint, refinishing the handle, and refitting it to the head of the axe. All of this work made it a much more durable tool. (Posted on 9/25/2014)

  3. Impressed with the quality Review by Codie
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    The Trail Hawk is very lightweight and is balanced pretty well between the blade and handle. The length of the handle is great for throwing. It lets me be much faster and more accurate than before. The blade is very sharp and I'm impressed with its ability to cut wood in half. My only complaints are the slight wobble on the handle and the edge seemed a little off on the blade. Not too big of a concern and the blade can be corrected easily. (Posted on 9/18/2014)

  4. Great for practice throwing Review by Gordon
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    I was unsure of the quality when I first got the Trail Hawk but after putting it through my basic test, my concern is much less. I've never been into throwing before but this tomahawk made it very fun and it is now one of my favorite hobbies. The blade sticks firmly in the wood. The blade and handle could be better made but for the price, this is pretty much what I was expecting. Good for people like me who are looking at this more for fun than for a serious tool. (Posted on 9/18/2014)

  5. Could use some improvements but still fun Review by Denis
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    I have mixed feelings about this tomahawk. It's great for throwing and I love practicing with it in the backyard. It always sticks into the target very well and is easy to remove. However, when used as an ax to chop firewood it is not too good. The handle is awkward and feels uncomfortable. The hammer on the end is nice and is useful occasionally. However, don't plan on using this as a replacement for a better ax. (Posted on 9/10/2014)

  6. Works for beginners Review by Tom
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    The important thing to remember is, considering the price, you aren't going to be getting the best tomahawk the world has to offer. But if you're interested in getting into throwing or something, the Cold Steel Trail Hawk is a good starter. This is something I'd be fine letting my kids practice with because if it gets damaged I can replace it for cheap. Really, it's a pretty nice tomahawk and I've seen worse for less than $30. Just know that it isn't meant for hardcore, every day use. (Posted on 9/10/2014)

  7. Decent overall Review by Taylor
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    I didn't want to spend a lot of money but I also didn't want to get a piece of junk either. The Trail Hawk fixed both those problems and is cheap but not too cheaply made.

    It's lightweight and easy to use with either hand. Not a huge fan of the handle but I can live with it. I'm considering putting some sort of smooth finish on it. It's easy to manipulate it and make changes so feel free to customize as you see fit. (Posted on 8/25/2014)

  8. Good for the low cost Review by Beth
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    I mostly use this for camping and some simple yard work at home. I use the butt of the handle as a hammer often and it works fine every time. The handle is a little uncomfortable but I fix this by wearing a glove whenever I use it. For the price, I really wasn't expecting the best, but this tomahawk is just fine for simple work. It seems very tough and hasn't shown any signs of wear after a few months. (Posted on 8/25/2014)

  9. Shawn Review by Good value
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    For the price of this tomahawk, you really won't be able to find a better value.

    It can be easily modified, and probably should be, to fit your needs and to get the most out of the tool. It really doesn't seem meant for use right out of the box.

    I purchased this one so I could play around with it and see what I can do as far as throwing and chopping are concerned. It's great for throwing and can easily chop small pieces of wood.

    It's not the prettiest tomahawk I've seen but for the price I wasn't expecting something spectacular. If you plan on using this tomahawk to mess around with, it's a good buy. You won't be broke and it's easy to switch it up if you want to. (Posted on 8/20/2014)

  10. Jill Review by Customize it for you
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    What I really like about the Trail Hawk is the ability to customize it to fit whatever it is you intend on using it for. It's a little heavier than other tomahawks I own but I like that aspect of it. The material seems thicker and is balanced better than my other tomahawk. This extra weight makes chopping easier and allows for deeper cuts, which gets the job done faster. The head of it can be used as a hammer which comes in handy during camping trips and other outdoor activities. (Posted on 8/20/2014)


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Cold Steel Trail Hawk 90TH

Hey guys, Welcome back to Knifehog.com! Addison here, and today I’ll be reviewing one of Cold Steel’s most impressive Tomahawks, the Trail Hawk 90TH.

Modeled after an early frontier pattern, the Trail Hawk 90TH is a tomahawk that you definitely want with you on a camping trip or at a closed course range to practice your aim. The Trail Hawk is 22” long and weighs only 23.6 ounces, which makes it perfect for throwing and carrying around for an extended period of time. The head of the tomahawk is 6 ½” long and is made of a drop forged 1055 carbon steel that is sharp enough to penetrate through thick wood and metal. The head’s edge comes razor sharp right out of the box and can bite deeply into the toughest materials. There is also a hammer pole on the opposite end of the tomahawk’s head that can be used to drive nails, hammer stakes into the ground to pitch a tent and smash or crush just about anything! The handle is constructed of American Hickory wood, which is perfect for absorbing the impact of hard chopping.

Overall, the Trail Hawk 90TH is everything a tomahawk should be. It’s light enough to throw and carry around but it’s edge is sharp enough and powerful enough to handle heavy duty work in just about any situation. There is not one bad thing I have to say about this tomahawk and highly recommend it to anyone looking for a light yet powerful chopping tool for hunting or outdoor purposes.

We here at Knifehog give this tomahawk a perfect score of 5 out of 5 stars. (Pros: 1055 Carbon Steel, Hammer Pull, Lightweight, Shock absorbent handle)

Comment in the section below and tell us what you think about this tomahawk. For this and many other tomahawks and knives, buy now at Knifehog.com. For everything sharp.

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