Leatherman has long been one of our favorite knifemakers. Not only have they set the tone for the pocket knife industry, but they also continue to innovate with new and exciting releases. Their latest comes to us courtesy of The Garage, an in-house design team pushing the boundaries of pocket knives. The most recent release is Parts, a Frankenstein’s monster made from spare parts in the factory. And, somehow, it manages to look like a complete, handsome knife. But, more impressively, it features an interchangeable blade system. So, depending on your task, you can swap between a sheepsfoot blade and a drop-point blade using the included Torx #6 bit. Additionally, you’ll find a lanyard hole, a reversible pocket clip, and dual-sided thumb studs for easy opening of the blade.
There’s so much care and intentionality here and we love the DIY aesthetic Leatherman has used by building this knife from spare parts that otherwise would’ve ended up in the trash, most likely. Unfortunately this release has already sold out but keep an eye on future drops from the Leatherman Garage team.