To craft a tool that has been held by so many, so well, and for so long, takes a little courage. Hell, to use that tool takes courage, too. The sharp thwack of the axe against splintery wood, that familiar earthy smell after a little sweat on the brow—how is it we forgot that this is wonderful? This is getting outside, comfortably inhabiting the human animal, and doing good work at a dignified pace. The team behind Best Made Co., hasn’t been around long, but no matter. What they craft will be around forever.