A cross between an axe and a knife, machetes and ditch bank blades can clear brush, remove undergrowth, pull vines, and chop branches and small logs. Machetes have short handles for close-range tasks, and ditch bank blades have long handles for reaching high-up or remote areas. They are commonly used in landscaping, forestry, camping, gardening, and construction applications.
Slice and hack through the toughest vegetation with these standard-duty machetes. They have a sharp blade and a short handle for good control in close-range tasks.
Ditch Bank Blades
Also known as kaiser blades or sling blades, ditch bank blades have a sharp, curved blade and a long handle that provides more reach than a machete for clearing brush and undergrowth.