Press

Sunset Magazine named Northwest Axe Company one of their Best of the West for September 2013! Thanks Sunset.

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Thanks to Seattle Met for including Northwest Axe Company in their Must-Haves for a Weekend in the Woods!

Image: Robin Stein

Andy Gregory has a pretty impressive resume: He holds a BA in ecological studies from Seattle U, substitute teaches at Seattle Public Schools, dabbles in photo production, and moonlights at the Seattle Bouldering Project. If that weren’t enough, last year he turned his tool-refurbishment hobby into a full-blown business, Northwest Axe Company. From his Seward Park outpost Gregory rescues antique American-made axes and cleans them up, removing rust and adding fresh handles and handcrafted leather sheaths. And later this year he’ll begin producing a line of new axes and assorted tools. Most axes around $150, nwaxeco.com

 

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Thanks to Seattle Magazine for including Northwest Axe Company in their Father's Day gift guide!

 

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I was honored to recently be interviewed and featured on the Filson Life blog.

Read the whole interview at The Filson Life.

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Northwest Axe Company is proud to be featured in the current issue of Atlas Quarterly.