CiFer Multi-Tool

CiFer Multi-Tool

The CiFer Multi-Tool ($31) is like a Swiss Army knife for the digital age.  While it doesn't actually have a knife, it does have an assortment of other handy utility features all in a slick single carbon fiber tool.  On its side, CiFer is an iPhone stand, holding your phone in either portrait or landscape modes.  It has cord storage slots to keep your earphones tangle free.  It has a built-in spanner wrench with four sizes.  It has a ruler.  And of course, as all good multi-tools do, it has the always appreciated bottle opener.  Best of all, CiFer is small enough to fit in your wallet, on your keychain or hooked to your gear; and thanks to its carbon fiber construction, it's virtually indestructible and incredibly lightweight.  If you want one, head over to Kickstarter to get in on the first round.

Leatherman Hail + Style PS

Leatherman Hail + Style PS Multi-Tool

Leatherman and Signal Snowboards have teamed up to create the perfect tool for when you're killing it on the mountain.  Whether you need to crank your binding, tune your boards, stow your earbuds or just open a beer, the Leatherman Hail + Style PS ($47) has got you covered.  If you need it for more conventional uses, the Leatherman Hail + Style PS also becomes an ice scraper, screwdriver or a wrench, and thanks to its built in carabiner, it can hook on to you anywhere for easy carrying.  Best of all, the Leatherman Hail + Style PS is American made, TSA compliant and comes packed with a 25-year warranty, meaning it will easily outlive your current ride and plenty more into the future.

Gerber Downrange Tomahawk in-hand military

Gerber Downrange Tomahawk

If there ever comes a day when The Walking Dead turns into realilty and legions of zombie hoards come knocking at your door, you won't find a better killing tool than the Gerber Downrange Tomahawk.  It's an apocalypse multi-tool of sorts, boasting a beveled-edged ax head and hammer on one end – perfect for a wide variety of zombie-slaying endeavors – while the other end contains a pry-bar for getting through blocked doors and the like.  Making control a breeze, the ax-head notes a cutaway handle built-in for superior handling; and ensuring the Downrange Tomahawk will last as long as you do, the Tomahawk's 420HC steel body with Cerakote won't bend or break, even under heavy use.  With no moving parts or extraneous crap getting in your way, the Gerber Downrange Tomahawk is a perfect example of how sometimes less is more, especially when it comes to weapons.

Nutter Cycle Multi Tool

Nutter Cycle Multi Tool

Bike multi-tools are nothing new, but the Nutter Cycle Multi Tool is one of the few that can actually give you some leverage for tougher fixes and stuck bolts.  Tools packed into Nutter Cycle Multi Tool include a nylon tire lever, a 15mm box head spanner, a spoke key, 3/4/5/6/8mm hex tool bits, a philips head screw driver, a flat head screw driver, a T25 torx bit and a magnetic tool bit extender.  Most importantly, there's a bottle opener for the always important post-ride beer.   The total weight of the Nutter Cycle Multi Tools is a mere 3.9 oz., and it comes housed in your choice of a brown or black leather pouch.

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