686 Snow Tool Belt

Apr 1, 2016

Category: Gear

Items that are great for everyday carry blend seamlessly into your daily routine while still managing to be useful for common tasks – or the occasional unseen one. By those standards – the Snow Tool Belt by 686 is a great piece for EDC.

Made out of full grain waterproof leather, the belt buckle on this thing has a bottle opener, a phillips and flat-head screwdriver, and a ratchet on the metal opening bar. Originally made by the snowboarding apparel company for tightening straps and bindings, this belt is just as useful for those moments when you are off the slopes. In addition to providing you with an assortment of tools, this thing also does a pretty fine job at holding your pants up as well. You can get one in Ninja (black on black), brown, or black with chrome starting at $37. [Purchase]

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