Leatherman Sale

Leatherman Sale: Save on Iconic Multitools

When something goes wrong, you want a Leatherman in your hand. From cutting wood to fixing tents and repairing cars, Leatherman multitools have a long history of saving lives — and for good reason.

No matter your outdoor activity, a Leatherman likely has a purpose for you. We’ve used Leatherman multitools for decades and swear by them.

Seriously, from the multitool’s high-quality 420HC blade steel to its tried and true pliers, a Leatherman can fix a ton of things. We outlined 16 here, and that’s just a start.

Carry one on your next camping trip and never turn back.

Leatherman Juice CS4: $60 (25% Off)

Leatherman Juice CS4 Sale

With 15 tools, including scissors, serrated and straight blades, and pliers, the Juice CS4 is one of Leatherman’s more compact options. It measures 3.25 inches but packs a punch.

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Leatherman Skeletool KBX: $20 (20% Off)

Leatherman KBX Sale

During October, the Leatherman KBX and KB are on sale. This tiny knife is super lightweight with a solid steel to match. You can open a bottle with it, and you’ll hardly notice it in your pocket. Read our review here.

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Leatherman Collector’s Edition PST: $160 (20% Off)

Leatherman PST Sale

This Leatherman is based on Tim Leatherman’s original design. The PST’s simplicity and utility are part of the reason Leatherman became popular. This one is made to last and boasts pliers, a wire cutter, screwdriver, file, blade, and more.

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Leatherman Juice CS3: $18 (25% Off)

Leatherman Juice CS3 Sale

For the wine-lovers out there, the Juice CS3 is a simple multitool with a corkscrew, scissors, can opener, and bottle opener.

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Leatherman Juice B2: $15 (25% Off)

Leatherman Juice B2 Sale

The Juice B2 conceals two blades. A serrated edge and a straight blade should work for everyday tasks.

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Midwest born, Nate Mitka is based in the GearJunkie Denver office. He is an advocate of all outdoor activities and has developed some habits, like running without headphones, eating raw vegetables, and fixing the chain on his ratty old bike.