- Product Description
BOREAL21 - Clear Annodized Frame/Forest Green Handle
The BOREAL21™ is a revolutionary 21 in / 53.3 cm folding bow saw that effortlessly unfolds in seconds for easy, high performance cuts. At 21inches, the blade's length is optimally sized for powerful sawing strokes, and yet short enough for packability. And the 3 hinged trapezium-shaped frame allows large diameter cuts. The blade safely fold into the frame when not in use, protecting you and your gear.
Can also use the Bahco Blades for replacements - Bahco 23-21 Drywood Blade
- Opens in seconds with one smooth motion - because it's one connected assembly - so there's no fumbling with loose parts
- Blade tensioning is automatic, reproducible and set to provide optimal sawing performance every time
- Saw blade safety is designed in. No need to touch the saw blade during opening and closing of the BOREAL21. Saw teeth are completely concealed protecting you and your gear.
- High clearance geometry - cut up to 6" logs straight through
- Simple and fast blade replacement - no special tools
- Grip handle angle is designed to optimize: stroke power vs saw balance
- Grip handle is ergonomically designed for maximum comfort
- Grip handle material made of durable and weather resistant nylon
- Framing made of high strength extruded and anodized aluminum (no twisting) with all stainless steel hardware
- Light weight - just over 1 pound (500g)
- Clear Annodized Aluminum Frame
- Forest Green Nylon Handle
- 21" All Purpose Blade
This medium toothed blade has a double pointed raker between sets of cutting teeth, which clears the cutting notch of wood chips and fiber. This popular style cuts green wood but is right at home cutting dry hard and soft woods. Rust protective coating and hardened points make this versatile blade perfect for most uses.
Order can take up to 3 business days to process through our warehouse. During high volume time, it could be up to 6 business days. All transit times are based on once your order ships.
WITHIN UNITED STATES:
We offer the following options:
- Standard Shipping - average transit time is 5 to 10 business days; however, most arrive in 5 to 7 business days.
- UPS Ground - average transit 1-5 business days
OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES:
Shipping charges DO NOT INCLUDE any duties, taxes, and/or import fees impost by your country's custom and/or clearance offices.
We offer the following services to most areas:
- UPS Standard to Canada - average transit 1 to 3 business days
- UPS Worldwide Expedited - average transit 2 to 5 business days
- UPS Worldwide Express - average transit 1 to 3 business days
- DHL Express - average transit 1 to 6 business days
- USPS First Class (CANADA ONLY) - average transit 1 to 4 weeks
- USPS Priority Mail (CANADA ONLY) - average transit 6 to 10 business days
Sturdy and quality Saw. A welcome addition to my kit. This is the best portable pack saw available for bushcraft and camping.
Great piece of kit. A welcome addition.
Best bow saw I've ever used. Very lightweight, excellent cutting. Love the easy-to-fold design, which makes for a super compact saw. Recently bought a Silky KatanaBoy folding saw, which has a second compartment in its sheath, so I can carry the Boreal21 together with the Katanaboy, by just slinging the sheath over my shoulder. Been taking down 12" trees, from beginning to end, with the combination of saws, for winter firewood heating of the house. Boreal21 is great for limbing and cutting smaller diameter branches to firewood length. Can't say a single bad thing about the Boreal21.
The BOREAL21 is fantastic.
It is great saw to cut up fire wood.
Must have been one of the first to order went back to buy a second one to have as a spare.
I made a few cuts, bucked a Bradford Pear tree limb, about the diameter of my arm. The saw did well. The collapsible feature is cleverly engineered, worth the money for bush crafter/hikers, I believe. I’ve processed maybe 3-4 cords of firewood in the last 64 years, am no expert. I’m entertained/amused at the videos of guys bucking firewood with axes and batoning kindling with fixed blade knives. It always reinforces the idea in my mind of the practibility of the right tool for the job. For bucking firewood, first choice, chainsaw, then bow saw, then heaviest chopping axe your capable of wielding,(sharpened correctly) 2-4# bit. For splitting, first, the heaviest maul you can wield, then single bit axe, then hatchet,(all sharpened correctly). In that order of usefulness. Just my opinion/observation.