Specs

Weight 169 g / 5.9 oz
Total Length 47 cm / 18 in
Cutting Length 35 cm / 13.8 in
Material Hardened stainless steel

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit G3's BoneSaw page.

Retailers' Descriptions

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- CampSaver.com

The G3 Bonesaw is streamlined, packable, lightweight, easily extendable and tough enough to cut through bone and ice. Off-set teeth (kerf) known for their superior and easy cutting Built using sreamlined stainless steel sheet for easy, flat packing Curved rubber coated handle for comfortable grip Attachment slots for easy attachment to ski pole or shovel shaft Includes a lightweight sheath for safe packing and 2 straps for attachment options

- Bentgate.com

From the minds of guides comes the streamlined, stainless steel BoneSaw from G3 that features sharp offset teeth to cut through snow, ice, and wood on the push and the pull.

- Mountain Gear

In designing the Bonesaw, G3 got together with guides and avalanche professionals to see which features were useful and which ones were useless. After months of design and testing with skiers who spend 100 days in the backcountry each year, they've got it dialed. The G3 Bonesaw has become one of the most versatile snow saws available. This burly saw has offset teeth that can cut snow, ice, and even wood. It comes with a durable sheath for easy carrying. The best part is that with two included straps, you can attach this saw to just about anything. Strap it onto your ski pole, avie probe, shovel handle, long stick, or anything else that's at hand to increase your reach for cutting test pits and Rutschblocks. For easy snow safety research there are measurements on the blade aid in making consistent cuts for tests and there are three different grids for determining snow crystal size.

- Backcountry.com