Estwing Supreme 14 oz Pointed Tip Rock Hammer E3-14P


Estwing Supreme 14 oz Pointed Tip Rock Hammer E3-14P

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Estwing Supreme 14 oz Pointed Tip Rock Hammer E3-14P

The Estwing Supreme 14oz Pointed Tip Rock Hammer (E3-14P) is a smaller, lighter version of the Estwing Supreme 22oz Pointed Tip Rock Hammer (E3-22P). This rock hammer has a 14 oz head and a narrower and shorter handle. This is a great rock pick for the young geologist, those that prefer a lighter rock hammer, or those times when you want a smaller rock hammer. Lighter to pack or wear on longer hikes. The Estwing Supreme 14 oz Pointed Tip Rock Hammer is the lightest weight pointed tip rock hammer that we carry.
Head Width 6 3/8 inches
Overall Length 11 inches
Head Weight 14 ounces
Total Weight 1 pound 5 ounces
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