Leatherman Limited Edition Signal Multi-Tool

Apr 4, 2018

Category: Gear

Known in the everyday carry industry for creating some of the best pocket gear in the world, Leatherman never fails to impress with their special edition offerings. And they’ve just unleashed another – a limited run of their popular adventure-focused Signal folding multi-tool.

Loaded to the gills with features, this 19-in-1 device has everything the original iteration offered – from multiple sets of wire cutters and pliers, to a bottle opener and can opener, to multiple drivers and wrenches, and more. It even has a safety whistle, fire starter, and a carabiner clip for easy and quick access. But this one is special for two reasons. For starters, it comes in an OD green and black colorway – an instant classic that stands out in a crowd. But the attached 420HC partially serrated knife also features a unique topographical pattern, paying homage to the natural world and the venue in which this multi-tool was meant to be used. Buy it today for $115, but hurry – it won’t last.

Purchase: $115

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