Imacasa 25 Inch Grooved Panga Machete with Wooden Handle

(2 customer reviews)
Imacasa Machetes, El Salvador
  • Blade Length: 25″
  • Overall Length: 30″
  • 1075 High Carbon Panga Style Blade
  • Natural color wood handle
  • Not aesthetically pristine and may have minor blemishes that are not considered defective.
  • Primary grind established at factory but may require further sharpening for fine edge.
  • No Sheath Available

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This distinct machete, popular in parts of the Caribbean, has a classic panga style blade.  A heavily weighted machete good for chopping, it has 3 grooves in the base of the blade that increase flexibility.  Features “jibaro” style arched wooden handle.

Imacasa is based in Santa Ana, El Salvador, but produces machetes for almost all of the Americas. Imacasa machetes and cutting tools are designed to excel in industries such as agricultural, construction and gardening.

Imacasa is the sister company of Condor Machetes, whose reputation of producing quality machetes has been established for over two centuries.

Like Condor, Imacasa produces excellent quality machetes and has a marketing policy directed toward customer satisfaction in each region. With their willingness to adapt to local styles and quality manufacturing, Imacasa machetes have received great acceptance and a big demand in many markets.

SKU: IM-635-25 P-MI Categories: ,

Blade Length

25 in.

Total Length

30 1/2 in.


1 lb. 7 oz.

Width at Widest Point

3 in.

Blade Composition

1075 High Carbon Steel

Blade Thickness (Above Handle / At Tip)

2.18 mm. / 2.0 mm.

Blade Style

Blade Detail

Primary grind established at factory but may require sharpening before first use.

Full Tang


Handle Features


Handle Material


Country of Origin

El Salvador

Based on 2 reviews

4.0 overall

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  1. Mark (verified owner)

    This is a very fine machete. I really appreciate the forward weight of the blade to make light work of heavy brush. The longer length also saves your lower back. I have used this model for 20+ years in camping and rural residential work. I live on the North East coast of Florida. Very subtropical, with lots of heavy vines and palmetto plants. You may want to perform a fine sharpening touch to the blade. Another option would be to finish and water seal the handle.


  2. Colin (verified owner)

    The length of this machete is good for helping to save your back, but its weight may well kill your upper forearm for a while.
    I bought this machete for work I do with an invasive exotic plant company in south Florida. I needed something long and light enough to mow down stands of young Melaleuca trees, but heavy enough for smaller hardwoods and briars, and yet nimble enough to pick out seedlings hiding around the trunks of native trees and shrubs.
    If you need a tool to clear smaller areas, but you don’t want to go as far as a brush axe (Kaiser blade, sling blade, etc.), I can recommend this machete. I might suggest also putting an extra coat of varnish on the handle after perhaps an additional sanding. I also put an edge on part of the back of the blade tip hooking/cutting small growth in tight spaces.