WOW! TOPS Knives Yacare 10.0 Machete

This knife will not disappoint in the chopping arena. The belly and forward weight helps out a lot to make the a monster chopper.

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Wingman115 says:

Looking good.

Fluffs Ipad says:

Nylon is for women’s legs Not knives

JediTim says:

Have you considered reviewing the Outpost Command by Tops?

Sérgio Sant'anna says:

good thenks

knife sharpening norway says:

Whats your favorite large fixed blade if you could Only take one?

Coolnicknameguy says:

this looks like a 3 to 4 times more expensive rip off of the Ontario sp 53 with an inferior sheath. I think Ill pass on this one

Some dude says:

My TOPS SURVTAC 7 out chopped my Ontario 1-18SBK machete and they are both 1095. TOPS makes some rugged blades.

sawdust 69 says:

when,WHEN!!will tops LISTEN!to EVERYONE!!!and tweek those CRAPPY!! SHEATHS!!????

imsuckingwind says:

Joe Flowers is the man

Joseph Fiori says:

Id love to see you review the bark river jx5 chris tanner design. Not very many good comprehensive reviews out there.

Lars Eriksson says:

Is There a reason why its not sharpened all the way to the handle? Love the knife

christopher martin says:

i would personally rather save 100 dollars and get the ontario sp53….just my opinion

WVMikeyC says:

2 thumbs up on the presentation, very informative and objective. Thats what I love about your channel. If it’s not worth having you call it out and give the plus and minus of the products your reviewing. Keep up the good work.

Micah Baumgartel says:

Hey Aaron, I just wanted to ask, could you do a review on a T.M. Hunt Custom Knife?

Walter O says:

Another honest and great review. Looks pretty good. Cheers!


Very cool great review as always thank you one day hopefully I will have a tops knife

Whispy Woods says:

Aaron! I love your channel and enjoy all the gear and blade reviews. Anytime I see something new with an exotic name I just take a few seconds to search YouTube for a video featuring the maker to hear how the name is pronounced. Over the summer I saw this knife being explained by a TOPS employee and he said the name, pronounced YA-KA-RAY several times.
Anyways, thanks for the great vids, keep ’em coming!

Julian Kalinec says:

Dude, you look so stoned

Frank Gilley says:

Great review as always, love the channel.

Steven Szabo says:

Say it with me, Yaw-Kaw-Ray, LOL. Looks like a superior blade. One reason I consider TOPS my favorite production knife company, they simply make awesome blades.

Rhys Tucker says:

You need an El Chete

Survival Mindset says:

Nice chopper Craig did a good job with the design. Good review

Max Spettmann says:

Your videos are some of my favorites on YouTube. Honestly, you have amazing content. But you are absolutely terrible with names haha it’s hilarious

JediTim says:

Not a fan of nylon sheaths.

f22shift says:

Comparison versus the camp 10?

Body of Truth says:

Nice! A $200 Kershaw Camp 10.
Hint… it’s (yak-a-rey).

Paul'ie 4X says:

Say Heah Aaron, That’s a good one. I think a 13″ blade would be a little better for me. Infact I ordered and modified a B H Mad Hatter Machete to perfectly match my Modde Attitude. It’s a 13″+ blade but thinner so it’s not too heavy. It’s also made in L6, But I really think this Top’s Machete, Looking Good.,,. p

RedboRF says:

Ussless type of a knife. In the woods even a small axe is better to chop and a normal knife to cut.

vanb0057 says:

Any thoughts on how this compares with the Kabar Choppa?

cool beans says:

Been waiting for this

spider5001 says:

Wow! I really like this. I was about to purchase the Ontario SP-53. How do you think the two stack up? There is a pretty decent price difference

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