A Nash/Momoa "On The Roam" Collaboration With Paths™
Each Nash/On The Roam collaboration product includes a stamped natural leather Paths peer-collaboration invitation that is exclusive to owners.
The Double-Knuckle Hammer (non-numbered)
We have 1 in stock.
Taber and Jason worked together to get more of Jason's design concept into this latest design. After the success of the original Knuckle Hammer, we're all excited to release the Double-Knuckle; a less-refined, more-rugged hammer piece of this Nash/Momoa collaboration series.
Per his enthusiasm, we tapped into Jason Momoa’s passion for the classic late 1930’s era motor affectionately known to American motorcycle gearheads as the Knucklehead motor. This is the same engine that Jason’s personal, hand-built bike is powered by.
Handmade in the USA and made of cast bronze, you'll totally feel the quality with these weighty hammers. The handle is made of dense Tennessee hickory, a fine wood of choice by many tool aficionados. Each hammer head is hand stamped 1-100 and features Jason's "On The Roam" logo as well as the Nash Moto logo. Coming in at a solid 1.5 lbs and 13.5" tall, the Knuckle Hammer will happily smash, pound, fix or destroy all day long...or it's fine to just chill as the manliest biker paperweight ever.
All hammer owners will get a special email invite to an “owner's community” where all of us, especially Jason, would love to collaborate by adding our photo selfies into one gallery. It'll be cool to ultimately see where these hammers end up. This collaboration will forever live on an emerging app (currently in beta) called Paths™. You'll always be able to look at the other worlds the hammer like yours has entered, and showcase to your people for years to come.
These hammers are NOT individually numbered and limited to 10 units
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