Imacasa 28 Inch Sable Machete with Wooden Handle
- Blade Length: 28″
- Overall Length: 33″
- Natural color wood handle
- 1075 High Carbon Steel Thin Bush/ Latin Style Blade
- Not aesthetically pristine and may have minor blemishes that are not considered defective.
- Primary grind established at factory but may require sharpening before first use.
- Sheath Sold Separately
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The sable machete features a long, slender blade with distinctive curvature on both edges of the blade. With a long reach, this light blade is perfect for trimming green vegetation such as new growth on trees and bushes, or grass. Can be swung repeatedly with relative ease. This is a thinner, light-weight Bush/Latin styled blade.
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.
1 lb. 1 oz.
|Width at Widest Point||
1 1/2 in.
1075 High Carbon Steel
|Blade Thickness (Above Handle / At Tip)||
2.2 mm. / 1.3 mm.
Primary grind established at factory but may require sharpening before first use.
|Country of Origin||
Noah Black –
I love these tools I really would like to get the 28 inch sable
Noah Black –
Jim Cracker (verified owner) –
Diamond in the rough..and I mean rough. It is blade heavy and not very thin but it works great for side cuts like hedges. Mainly bought it so I can cut off the handle and add a micarta handle that goes up to cutting portion of blade giving two handed altering grip balanced blade. Sharpening the back so I have a sickle and a saber all in one. Sickle for those stringy vines and saber for speed cuts.
Easily makes a short Katana if you can put the work into it. Matches the blade shape and thickness of a WWII katana brought back from the island wars by my grandfather. Look at the price of Katanas and the steel used for cheap ones. I cannot believe the price one could pay to make actual replicas of fighting katanas used by Imperial soldiers. I plan to buy more and do just that after my creation is complete and destruction tested.
Jim Cracker –
SHERMAN CLEM (verified owner) –
the wooden handle is very loose. Cheap quality, which I could get a 24″ Tramontina
SHERMAN CLEM –