When you want colors beyond the norm, Leatherman has you covered with the Juice series, like this new version of the CS4.
The Leatherman Leap is one of those understated, underrated tools. Yeah, it's meant for kids, comes in a bunch of colors and has a blade that you install when they are ready, but it's also a Leatherman, so it's ready (and able!) to work!
What tool do you reach for after a day of fox hunting, when your pate refuses to spread itself? Leatherman's answer to that question was the Flair.
The first of Leatherman's five original Juice models to be discontinued was the KF4- a decision that baffles collectors and users alike.
If you aren't a member of our forum then you may never have seen this fascinating tool from Leatherman, called the T-Rex.
Despite having a seriously limited number of functions, I personally prefer the Leatherman Freestyle over its larger brother, the Skeletool.
We have looked at some ultra cool custom tools with the Multitool.org Logo on them this month, but this Leatherman Charge may be the coolest.
It's Friday and we need to end the week on a very cool note, so how about a Custom Leatherman Charge that we did in house?
What happens when you do a favor for the fine folks at Leatherman Tool Group? Simple- they thank you with a cool gift like this Charge ALX with your name and website laser engraved on the handles!
Today we are looking at my favorite version of the Leatherman Skeletool, in coyote tan.
What kind of people would write collect and review multitools? Quite simple really- we are designers and do-ers, outdoors types and indoor types, mechanics, doctors, problem solvers and problem makers. As such, we have, as a world spanning community, put every type, size and version of multitool, multifunction knife, pocket knife and all related products to every test we could manage in as many places and environments as there are.