It's not your usual tool bag. With its compact size and handy organizational function, however, Blue Ridge's awesome tool bag just might work out a whole lot better, regardless of whatever task you're doing.
Thanks to a skeleton head, this 14-inch tomahawk weighs just under a pound, all while chopping logs, cutting rope, and cracking zombie skulls when the inevitable apocalypse happens with the best of them.
Carrying tools in a box is fine if you’re driving a car. On a motorcycle, however, not so much. Velomacchi's compact tool roll, which mounts on any seat or tail fairing, will make for a much better alternative.
All watches need to be serviced periodically. If you own enough timepieces, running to the shop for every minor issue can be a hassle. Why not fix it at home with this repair kit from German outfit, Wolf?
A versatile three-in-one, this tool combines a flashlight, a 3.5-inch knife, and an attack hammer, keeping you well-equipped to deal with a whole host of hazards, whether at work, around town, or in the wild outdoors.
We’re big fans of the Leatherman Charge AL, one of the outfit's most popular multi-tools. Shinola takes that and turns it into something even better, adding new tools and more premium styling to the mix.
Designed to take all the guesswork out of sharpening knives, this tool can clamp down your blade in place at any angle, letting you hone it with pinpoint precision using the accompanying grind stone and guide rod.
Stihl's newest chainsaw can cut through the thickest lumber like a stick of butter, all while boasting better efficiency, lower emissions, and lesser maintenance, making it a great tool for lumberjacks, landscapers, and serial killers alike.
A well-equipped workshop table, this rig can handle up to 300 pounds of load, transform into a saw horse that handles up to 1,000 pounds, and fold flat into a compact bundle for easy storage when not in use.
As awesome as your multi-tool is, nothing there helps you clip dirty fingernails when you need to clean up in a jiffy, like when the boss sends you to a client or a hot girl invites you for drinks after work. This one does.
A stealthy maintenance tool, Topeak's mini-pump is designed to hide inside your seat post, giving you an easy way to stiffen up your bike tires without ruining your two-wheel steed's clean lines or adding all that much weight.
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.