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So much gained. Time to start giving!

We have felt exceptionally blessed by the support we've been shown, so we felt it was time to do our part and give back in turn. After a very brief...

A Promising Preview of 2022

"Fortune favors the bold" In traditional Bone Daddy style, we are teaming up with a wide array of unlikely manufacturers to produce a U.S. Made Axx...

Testing Out the American Pipeline

Though our first batch of Axxis were severely delayed, we did finally receive most all of them this past May. However, our supply of Axxis was gre...

The Axxis Crowdfunding Recap – Pt. 2

Ready to pick up where we left off on our wild ride down Axxis memory lane?! If you recall, we had gotten word just before Christmas of 2020 that t...

The Axxis Crowdfunding Recap – Pt. 1

As you all well know, things didn't quite go according to plan. As we prepare to move on from the Axxis campaign to new and exciting projects, let'...

My Minimalist Daypack Broken Down

In the weeks that have transpired since publishing my previous blog "The Importance of the Minimalist Daypack", I have worked hard to gather an ass...

The Importance of the Minimalist Daypack

As many of you may know, I have slowly been building and refining my minimalist backpacking setup and documenting my progress in an ongoing youtube...

Discovering the Dark Side to Colorado Homesteading

"There is nothing more constant than change" - Heraclitus     For some time, I have had a growing sense that challenges were on the horizon. An...

What Is Acid Etching And Why My Axxis Will Have It

Traditionally, most knife companies use acid etching to enhance the visual aesthetic of their differential heat treatment, or to distinguish diffe...

A Worthwhile Commitment

"We often forget that we are nature. Nature is not something separate from us. So when we say we have lost our connection to nature, we have lost...

Lessons learned from the Axxis Kickstarter

  There's no such thing as too prepared! Launching the Axxis Kickstarter marked a huge milestone in my life for a number of reasons, not t...

A WWII Machete Reborn

  It's always a tough call to cannibalize a vintage or antique blade, especially when it has historical relevance and value. In my case, the blad...