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  • Leatherman Freestyle Multi-Tool Standard Stainless Finish

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  • Leatherman Freestyle Multi-Tool Standard Stainless Finish

Leatherman Freestyle Multi-Tool

$47.95

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    • Standard Stainless Finish
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    What you need, where and when you need it.

    The Leatherman Freestyle gives you quick, easy access to the tools that you use the most. This simple, stylish 5-tool multi-tool makes it a snap to whip out your pliers (regular or needle-nose), a combo knife, or 2 different styles of wire cutter. You'll be known as Johnny-on-the-spot, and not the kind that people use to poop.
    • Item #LEA0039

    Tech Specs

    Handle
    Zytel
    Blade
    stainless steel
    Blade Edge
    half-serrated
    Blade Finish
    polished
    Blade Length
    2.6 in
    Open Length
    6.05 in
    Closed Length
    3.45 in
    Pliers
    yes, regular, yes, needle-nose
    Wire Cutter
    yes, soft, yes, hard
    Wood Saw
    no
    Sheath Included
    no
    Claimed Weight
    4.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    being handy
    Manufacturer Warranty
    25 years

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    Pretty dang cool

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    This little guy is a great tool to carry around, it doesn’t take up a lot of space and the clip makes it easy to secure in your back pocket, front pocket, backpack shoulder strap, waist band, cowboy boot, dog collar, you name it. It doesn’t require constant sharpening I’ve used it to carve multiple small wooden sculptures and it continues to stay sharp. The pliers come in handy more than you might think as well. This tool provides the sleek, handy compactness of your traditional Leatherman tool while sticking to the bare essentials. What you see is what you get.
    Also don't forget when you're the guy to pull out a knife or tool when a group or people are standing around trying to cut something or fix something on the go, chicks dig it.