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Japanese Weeding Knife

Japanese Weeding Knife

Another new classic from Design Within Reach. The Japanese Weeding Knife ($40) is a dynamic blade used to dig small holes, uproot weeds or pot small plants. It's serrated on one edge, smooth on the other, with measuring lines on one side. Perfect for gardening or cutting up fools.

  • Gerber Gator Combo Axe

    This double-action camping/serial killer tool combines a compact axe and a lightweight knife with 3-inch blade that stores inside the axe handle. The Gerber Gator Combo Axe ($40) features "virtually indestructible" Polyamide construction with textured rubber for grip. There's also the Gerber Gator Combo Axe II ($50), which trades the knife for a small hand saw that's better for cutting fire wood/dismembering bodies.

  • Leatherman Skeletool

    Now Available. Originally posted 09/07. Whether you're a professional heli-skier or a geek stuck down in the IT department, you should always have a good multi-tool in your pocket. But if the thought of said tool weighing down your pants all day doesn't appeal, maybe it's time to get yourself something a little less bulky. The Leatherman Skeletool is an ultra-light pocket-survival-tool that includes just the essentials — a super sharp knife, full-size pliers with wire cutters, an interchangeable screwdriver, and a carabiner clip/bottle opener. The Skeletool keeps weight and volume to a minimum without sacrificing quality or functionality. Two versions will be available — the Skeletool ($58) and Skeletool CX ($80; shown), which switches out some of the stainless steel components for carbon fiber.