An Excellent Survival Machete Range
If you’re in a tough, harsh environment, you need a Cold Steel machete that will keep you out of trouble. Our collection of machetes will make short work of shrubs, branches, vines or anything else that may threaten your safe passage. Traditionally machetes have a heavy blade made of high carbon steel for strength, corrosion resistance and easy sharpening.
Thompson designed a longer, narrower point for the Gurkha Kukri with more distal tapering to the spine. This resulted in a thinner, sharper point
Finally a masterfully designed Kraton handle was added to maximize the blade's fierce potential. Perfectly contoured and deeply checkered, it offers a superb non-slip grip and cushions the hand from the shock of the har ...Learn More
Made out of SK-5 High Carbon Steel, the blade is precision ground and heat treated to rival the strength, toughness, and edge retention of the famous Cold Steel Japanese swords. Check out its superior fit, finish and sharpness and then put it to work and you'll agree it is an incredible bargain.
The blade is almost an inch wider near the tip than at the handle, shifting the knife's b ...Learn More
Have you been looking for a machete with extra reach and leverage? Perhaps something with a more traditional style blade and handle? Then Cold Steel has the tool for you! Our Latin Style Machetes are available with with eighteen, twenty-one or twenty four inch blade lengths. With their non-slip, shock absorbing rubber handles, they are perfect in almost every environmen ...Learn More
Known throughout Asia and Pacific Rim, the Bolo Machetefeatures a "fat" point that shifts its weight forward where it can do the most good when heavy chopping or slashing is called for. When used as a survival tool, it will open a coconut or chop down a tree with equal ease. We have made some changes to the Bolo Machete for 2014. We have now added a longer, more curved ...Learn More
Cold Steel's Bowie Point Machete is quick, fast, and lively in the hand, making it an outstanding slashing blade and admirable chopper. But its most winning attribute is its clipped point, which makes it an excellent piercing tool. It will penetrate just about any obstacle in its path and will lend itself to knife-like utility jobs when a smaller handier blade is unavailable ...Learn More
Derived from the sword used by Celtic tribes of ancient Iberia (Spain) and adopted by the Roman Legions, the Gladius, with its long, narrow point and wasp waisted blade, was the scourge of the battlefield and often the last thing seen or felt by Rome's enemies.
Ever popular, the Gladius is still in demand almost 2000 years later and is one of our most frequently r ...Learn More