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The Skeletool is a do-it-all multitool that shaves weight down to five ounces without sacrificing utility. The standard fare (pliers and wire snips, blade, screwdriver set) is augmented by a carabiner-like clip that’s good for cracking open a bottle of beer.

From backyard to backcountry, precision instruments to help you get the job done

A rugged lifestyle demands a rugged knife. The Bear Claw’s 2.37-inch blade is full-tang and made from high-quality stainless steel. It weighs just 3.4-ounces and comes with an injection-molded nylon sheath for easy storage and quick access.

Multi-tools are great for some but for most, carrying 20-plus tools around can be overkill. The Ellis is the perfect solution for those who want a streamlined everyday carry knife, that can do a little more than just cut. It features a 2.6-inch stainless steel blade, plus a flat head…

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Bikes are getting more advanced. So are the tools you need to keep them running well.

A backcountry meal is delicious only if you can eat it comfortably

One of these handy micro-gadgets might just save your life

You don't need to overpay for one of these ultra-useful gadgets

We asked a seasoned road chef to lay out his simple, but totally dialed kit

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