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.
Borrowing its design from a once-popular camp saw, Filzer's version of the camping staple reinforces the classic design with a lightweight frame, stiffer tensioning, and a grippy handle for all-day cutting comfort.
Fiskar's unique machete comes with a large axe head on the tip, allowing you to use it to clear thick bushes and branches, while cutting and splitting thick logs with the same ease as a two-handed axe.
Does the world need a better hammer? Probably not. Does the world need a hammer that also doubles as an adjustable pry bar and a magnetic nail starter? Probably not, but you have to admit, you probably want one.
Yes, you can carry your emergency repair tools on a toolbox. If DIY handyman isn't quite the look you're going for, Molle's leather-and-canvas tool roll should offer an equally handy but more sartorially acceptable alternative.