Want to carry a knife but don't feel like adding any extra bulk to your already crowded pockets? Check out the CardSharp (£15; roughly $23). Thanks to its ingenious folding design, the CardSharp is the same size as a credit card, yet offers a 65mm stainless steel blade, and folds up securely for travel. A bit of advice: make sure it's not in your wallet the next time you're heading into the TSA line.

  • Wenger EvoWood Knives

    Get maximum utility with a minimal imprint on the environment with Wenger EvoWood Knives ($65-$130). Just like regular Swiss Army Knives, these feature a variety of tools, from seven implements in the EvoWood 11 to a full eleven — including pliers with a wire crimper and cutter — on the EvoWood S557, but more importantly feature the company's new concave/convex Evolution handle design, created from sustainable top-quality Swiss Walnut that would other wise be waste material, making these some of the world's greenest multi-tools.

  • Surefire Delta Folding Survival Knife

    It's definitely one of the more expensive multi-tools we've written about, but it's also one of the most hardcore. The Surefire Delta Folding Survival Knife ($435) features a Crucible CPM S30V steel blade and titanium frame for maximum performance in hand-to-hand combat, but also includes a cutter/crimper, flathead screwdriver, a slotted wrench, a cord/harness cutter, window breaker, and reversible pocket clip for completing less, ummm, violent tasks.

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