Axes and Forest tools from Husqvarna


Husqvarna has a range felling axes, hatchets and splitting axes suitable for a variety of garden or forestry tasks. Built with composite handles for increased strength and durability, Husqvarna axes are fitted with a soft grip for improved comfort and handling. The axe heads are covered in a non-stick coating reducing the friction and effort required when cutting or splitting wood.

Tool belts

Get ready for work with a practical tool belt. It comes complete with belt, two holsters, rear tool carrier, lifting hook, lifting tong and measuring tape.

Lifting hooks and tongs

To lift, turn and move logs. The handle has an ergonomic design and a soft shape for a comfortable and better grip.

Measuring tapes

A unique construction makes the measuring tapes lowweight and optimally designed, meaning they are easy to tighten and change the tape and spring. The tape is easily parted with one grip, completely without screws.

Impact and breaking bars

Breaking bars are used for felling relatively small trees. They come in different variants that provide different amounts of felling force.

Felling & splitting wedges

A splitting wedge is used to split fire wood manually. A felling wedge is used when felling trees of all different sizes. Sometimes several wedges are needed. We offer a range of felling and splitting wedges in a variety of different sizes and materials including polyamide, magnesium, and aluminium.

Marking tapes and sprays

Our marking tapes come in two versions – with one or two colours – both made of 100% biodegradable viscose pulp. If spray is more convenient choose our marking paint in aerosol cans.

Clearing knives and axes

For clearing brushes and undergrowth in the forest, or de-limbing trees.

Arborist tools & equipment

As an arborist, safety is paramount especially when working high above the ground. To make working and climbing trees easier and safer, Husqvarna has developed a range of arborist climbing equipment, which includes hooks, strops and eyelets for your top handle chainsaw, and an arborist helmet suitable for working in high up in the trees.