Barebones is a Certified B Corporation, meeting the highest verified standards of social and environmental accountability. Their tools are designed in Salt Lake City, Utah and made in China by suppliers who meet Business Social Compliance (BSCI), ensuring that their commitment to safe, ethical, and sustainable practices is upheld by each manufacturer. Empowering communities is at the center of their values, sending shelters to refugee communities and disaster zones and partnering with Roots Charter High School for at-risk youth to provide a food pantry and teaching gardening and farming.
If we were to be stranded somewhere and need to fend for ourselves in the wild with only one tool, it would be a Hori Hori knife. THIS Hori Hori knife. Hori Hori roughly translates to “dig dig” and is a classic and versatile Japanese gardening tool that we have relied on since we first learned to garden.
The Hori Hori Ultimate has a heat-tempered 6 ¾"stainless steel blade with a rust-resistant doubled edge. The serrated side easily cuts through thick cabbage stems and the blade comes to a sharp point to dig dandelion roots out of hardpacked soil. The blade seamlessly fits into a thick, durable walnut handle that is strong enough to pound in tent stakes with its stainless steel flat pommel base.
Measure planting depth with the handy inch marks along the front. A twine cutter doubles as a bottle opener, so you can enjoy a refreshing beverage of after long day of stringing peas. This tool does it all.
Dimensions: 13.25" x 2.5"