One of the most popular items on this blog is our Leatherman MUT review. We’ve covered everything from what it includes to how it compares to the other options on the market, but we have yet to address whether or not we think that it will be a good purchase in 2020. The fact is that nobody can say for sure if anything will be good in 2020 – especially when you are talking about technology and tools. So, I thought I would take some time today to talk about why you might want this multitool as your go-to survival gear down the road!
1. What are you expecting to use your leatherman for?
2. How will you carry it with you on your adventures?
3. Did it meet your initial expectations and are there any quality issues that I should know about before buying one myself?
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The Leatherman Tool Group Inc. started in 1983 when Tim Leatherman and Steve Berliner made the first “Leatherman PST” which is commonly used today for survival kits, bug-out bags, and even BDU pockets. The company has been constantly growing to meet demands from its products; it evolved into a corporation that produces some of the most popular multi-tools known across the world!
The day after Independence Day back in 1983 was not just any ordinary summer holiday: on July 5th at 9 am PT/12 pm ET (Coordinated Universal Time) two Oregonian friends named Tim Leatherman