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Fisher Blacksmithing Garden Tools

Handcrafted in America by experienced craftsman Tuli Fisher, these Fisher Blacksmithing Garden Tools ($52) are part hand tool, part work of art. Whether you're into working in the earth, or just admire a well-made tool, they're definitely worth a look. From the rivets, to the dark-stained wooden handles, to the imperfectly hand-forged metal, these tools are a treasure to behold and work with. The line includes hoes, trowels, rakes, and more — everything you need to get a small garden going.

  • ATOM: A Tool of Multipurpose

    No one debates the usefulness of a great multitool, but bulk can often prohibit comfortable everyday carry. Enter ATOM: A Tool of Multipurpose ($10), the key-shaped multitool made for pocket carry. It has just about everything you look for in a small tool: hex wrenches, a pry bar, a bottle opener, screwdrivers, files, a ripping tool, rulers, and a protractor. Heat-treated stainless steel construction means it will hold up to whatever you put it through, TSA compliance allows you to bring it on a plane, and its design lets you add it to your keychain. What more could you want? (Also available in black.)

  • Fiskars Shop Boss Hardware Snip

    When you need to cut through some serious stuff, don't settle for anything less than the Fiskars Shop Boss Hardware Snip. The ideal tool for cutting aluminum siding, roof flashing, screens, light sheet metal, and wire, it features a serrated blade edge that holds onto any material you're cutting so you don't have to worry about slipping. The titanium blade coating resists corrosion, wear from heavy use, and scratching, while the asymmetrical, contoured handles are great for working with gloves and using either hand.