Leatherman’s Charge+ Multi-Tool Gets A Damascus & Wood Upgrade

Jan 16, 2020

Category: Gear

After having basically invented a major category of everyday carry gear nearly four decades ago, Leatherman is still at the top of their game and producing some of the most sought-after and lauded multi-tools around. And one of their most popular and comprehensive options, the Charge+, just got a pair of ultra-high-end limited-edition versions.

Of the two limited-to-300-examples special editions, the star of the duo is most definitely the one with walnut-finished wood scales and gold PVD hardware. But the other one — complete with a shredded carbon fiber handle and blue PVD-coated hardware — is nothing to scoff at, either. And both still come with their 19 built-in tool inserts, including a pair of Damascus steel blades — one with a straight edge and the other serrated. Pricing is set at $300, but once all 300 of each are gone, they’re gone forever.

Purchase: $300

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