Leatherman’s plethora of multi-tools is noteworthy as it is, and the iconic manufacturer has just linked up with Huckberry to make things even better. The two favorites have come together to release an exclusive version of Leatherman’s lightweight and versatile Skeletool KBx utility knife.
While the only difference between this release and a standard Skeletool KBx is cosmetic, the sleek new color doesn’t disappoint. The palette has been labeled Moss/Black Oxide, which is shown off through a forest green-like shade coating the anodized aluminum handle for a cool, rugged look. At the end of the day, we trust Huckberry’s brand of style as much as anyone, so this chic makeover shouldn’t come as a surprise.
The partially-serrated black oxidized-colored blade is crafted from 420HC stainless steel and measures a sliver over 2.5”. As far as portability goes, the skeleton frame and slim blade design come together to weigh a mere 1.3 ounces, so it’s the perfect choice to keep on hand when your pockets are feeling heavy. For added function, the knife even features a unique BottleClip design that doesn’t just allow you to secure the knife in your pocket, but also crack open a bottle whenever the need arises.
If you need a quality blade that won’t break the bank, then you might as well get a stylish one, too. The collaborative Huckberry x Leatherman Skeletool KBx is now available exclusively through the online retailer for $45.
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