This edge geometry is ground specifically for use in working green wood such as what is used for carving spoons and bowls. The edge has a primary bevel that is hollow ground to 30 degrees. This primary bevel gives the axe outstanding control when carving. The axe also features a secondary convex bevel. This convex grind increases the durability of the cutting edge itself.
Camp Axe Edge
This edge geometry features a tapering convex edge for all purpose use. The convex allows for a much more durable cutting edge when used for general chopping/splitting outdoor use. It can absolutely still be used to spoon carve but what is gained in durability with this edge is slightly lost in control of the cuts.