A multitool in an axe, sent from the gods.
With its dual-purpose head that features a standard axe blade on one side and a spike on the other, the Odr chops like an axe and breaks ground like a pick. It’s a versatile tool to have on hand at camp or home, perfect for splitting wood or breaking through rocky earth.
Named after the husband of Frejya, Norse goddess of love and war, the Odr was built strong enough to defend the realm of Fólkvangr but light enough to be wielded in the hands of mortals. The head is forged of extremely durable 1055 carbon steel that’s been coated for additional corrosion resistance. The handle is carved from Tennessee hickory, a resilient wood that’s been fire treated for a dark texture and high-end appearance.
The Odr is the culmination of decades of experience from blacksmith and Army veteran Elmer Roush, a member of CRKT’s Forged By War program. Elmer picked up the hammer after returning from the Vietnam War and hasn’t put it down since.