Exploring, learning, doing: introducing the Leatherman Leap, the first Leatherman multi-tool created specifically for younger users. The engineers designed the Leap with safety as the #1 priority. That’s why the Leap includes safety locks that keep fingers from the path of the tools, a two-hand opening knife blade for safer deployment, and a secure grip designed to train users to properly and safely operate tools. The Leap also comes with a user-installed knife blade that can be added by a parent when the user is ready for more responsibility.
From the days of whale hunts to the American frontier, the Scrimshaw Knife Kit takes you back in time to when men scribed story telling images into whale teeth and buffalo bone. This kit includes a US made Bear & Son barlow knife, step-by-step instructions, and everything else you need to learn and apply the forgotten art form. Whether you choose a classic sporting scene, phrase, or your initials, no other knife will be quite like yours.
“The Army’s Greatest Invention!” The P-38 Can Opener is the classic folding military can opener developed during WWII and used through the Vietnam War. Besides opening ration tins, this handy device was used as a fingernail cleaner, letter/box opener, screwdriver, bottle opener, and toothpick. It’s clearly one of the handiest devices ever created! Soldiers often wore these around their necks with their dog tags and many veterans still carry one today.