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After three years of research on Southern Pacific Parangs, Joe Flowers finally thought he may have an idea of what encapsulates a machete that can cut soft vegetation but still handle heavy duty hardwood work, and Condor made it a reality. Based off samples from Malaysia, Borneo, and Indonesia, the Village Parang is a good blade to take anywhere – from North America to South America and beyond. With a generous convex edge, this tool splits, chops, slices, whittles, and carves.

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