That’s not a knife, that’s a Hori Hori! Dig, cut, measure and saw your way through your garden with our eco friendly multi-tool. Sustainably constructed with FSC certified timber and vegetable-tanned leather.
We’ve given this traditional garden tool a sustainable Subpod makeover. Translated from Japanese, ‘Hori Hori’ literally means ‘Dig Dig’, but this multi-tool trowel can do so much more than that.
Simpler gardening Saw through tough roots and plant fibres. Dig, measure and plant. Lever your veggies out gently and leave fragile roots intact. Do it all, and more, with the Hori Hori.
Gentle on your hands, gentler on the environment Enjoy the soft feel of your Hori Hori’s vegetable-tanned leather case. Every smooth FSC certified beechwood handle is a little different, with a unique grain to set yours apart from the rest.
Built for your backyard Rust-resistant, stain-resistant – life-resistant. Our durable, sustainable materials will keep you growing through any season, rain or shine.
What’s Included? 1 x Subpod Hori Hori 1 x Vegetable-Tanned Leather Case
FSC Certified Beechwood Handle We strive to make the most sustainable garden tools available. FSC certified products are guaranteed to come from sustainably managed forests, thanks to the tireless efforts of the Forest Stewardship Council. Like the trees they came from, every handle is unique, strong, and ethically sourced.
Vegetable-Tanned Leather Case Modern leather tanning methods use toxic chemicals that harm the environment. We turned to slower, traditional vegetable-tanned leather which utilises organic materials like tree bark to treat the rawhides. Softer on the planet, and your hands – the supple leather this process creates is well worth the wait.
3CR13 Stainless Steel Blade The most sustainable products we can make are ones that will last. We chose this steel because of its reputation in the knife-making industry for being long-lasting, rust-resistant and incredibly durable.
Subpod began with a simple idea: make composting a part of everyday life. We believe that if we can do that, we can teach people to love the soil their food comes from, and make the world a little bit better together.
The Subpod family started as a tight-knit group of likeminded people from all walks of life. But our family has gotten a lot bigger since then. Subpod has spread globally thanks to the overwhelming support of our worldwide composting community.