Remember when keychain flashlights got you 15 lumens and you were happy? That won’t be the case once you've tried Nitecore's latest thumb-sized torch, which blasts out a whopping 360 lumens up to 200 feet.
Amsler's utility knife comes with a handle 2.5 times longer than its blade, allowing you to dole out super-precise cuts, whether you're doing leatherwork, tinkering with electronics, or doing emergency medical work in the mountains.
Unlike traditional bike pumps that go up to 100 PSI and higher, this compact floor pump designed for mountain bikes limits itself to 50 PSI, all while blowing high volumes of air to fill up your tires in a jiffy.
Measuring less than an inch long, this tiny but handy tool from Rigid Design lets you keep a functional hex driver right on your key ring, ready to deploy when an emergency tightening or loosening job comes up.
Tie this thing to a rope and you can use it to pick up objects off the ground like a less-frustrating version of an arcade claw crane machine, all while doubling as a grappling hook for mountaineering tasks.
A special edition of the Climber Pocket Knife to celebrate the 2016 Rio Olympics, this multi-tool comes with scales covered in 24-karat gold, making for a tool that's as luxurious as it is indispensable in the field.
Best known for their ultra-tough tools that serve job sites and workshops the world over, Milwaukee wants to bring their tool expertise into your EDC stash with this sleek-looking, heavy-duty pocket knife.
This friction folder prides itself in simplicity and minimalism, embracing an old-school design inspired by the original folding knives while sporting an ultra-tough build to ensure it performs in the field.
Clad in the likeness of a prehistoric hybrid between a T-Rex and a giant crocodile, Off-the-Grid's custom multi-tool lets you tear packages , open beer bottles, and pry bubblegum under the desk Jurassic-style.
Designed as a handy hunting companion, this small and lightweight axe can hang on your belt loop, while being suitably equipped to dress animals, quarter their meat, and perform all-around blade duties at camp.
Yes, we like our multi-tools small, too, but this bigger version of the Griffin Pocket Tool adds four extra tools, all while providing a better grip for improved function in the field, so we don't really mind the extra size.