Leatherman Tread Wearable Multi-Tool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Like most of you guys out there, you’ll never catch us without a multi-tool in our pockets. It’s an essential part to our EDC kit, but they can become quite bulky. Leatherman is looking to reinvent the traditional multi-tool with Tread.

Tread is a wearable you’ll actually want to wear, and that’s because it’s actually useful. The bracelet is constructed from high strength, corrosion resistant 17-4 stainless steel links. Each of these links performs two to three individual functions, giving you a total of 25 usable tools right on your wrist. Tool like box wrenches, drivers, a cutting hook, glass breaker, screwdrivers and hex drives. Users can easily customize their setup, with the ability to rearrange links along with adding new ones. And the clasp even comes with a built-in bottle opener. Leatherman released the Tread this summer season, and plans to drop a swiss-made timepiece-equipped version (see below) for the holiday season. The multi-tool retails for $220 [Purchase]

Leatherman Tread Wearable Multi-Tool 2

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Leatherman Tread Wearable Multi-Tool 4

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