When it comes to being stylish outdoors, few multitools can match the Leatherman Signal, available in several colors like this turquoise one.
Today's Tool Of The Day isn't a multitool in its own right, but a highly desirable (and long discontinued) accessory- the Leatherman Standard Universal Tool Adaptor.
We don't like to promote knockoffs, fakes and copies, and this blatant rip off of the Leatherman Tread is no exception.
Leatherman's Crunch model proves that even a multitool benefits from doing one thing well!
The Charge Ti was Leatherman's first Charge model- a range that has become quite popular, with many different versions such as the XTi, TTi, ALX, AL, SLV and +.
Most Leatherman keychain models are divided into P (plier) or S (scissor) models, but what do you do if you want both?
The Brewzer has the distinction of being the smallest Leatherman tool ever produced, and is also not a Leatherman- at least not originally!
Did you know there were two versions of Leatherman's Surge model? This is the original, introduced in 2005 and produced until it was updated in 2013.
When it comes to Leatherman Charge models, the Costco Exclusive SLV is one of the great collectibles.