Designed to cut snow blocks, the G3 Bonesaw might be more at home in the zombie apocalypse. A proper backcountry skier should know exactly what he/she is about to ski on, and what better way to analyze the snowpack than with a saw inscribed with a snow-crystal sizing grid? Offset teeth, a long blade, and contoured handle make the Bonesaw a real favorite amongst guides and studious skiers. Cutouts built into the rubber-dipped handle and included ski-straps help you attach the saw to a ski pole or shovel so you can cut snow or branches in hard-to-reach places. The handle is ergonimic and favors right-handers. Plus, like any good piece of Canadian gear, it comes with a built-in bottle opener.
Please note we haven't verified the claims that it cuts through bone, but it looks evil enough.
|Materials||Hardened stainless steel|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Cutting snow blocks, analyzing snow, cutting tree branches.|
|Notes||The handle is curved and comfortable even with gloves on.|
|Bottom Line||A snow saw that's ready for apocalypses.|