engineering of the Leatherman Kick means blades are longer,
sharper, stronger. The Kick’s new handle design with Zytel
inserts provides a comfortable grip whether you’re working
for a few minutes or a few hours, while the new jaw design includes
wire cutters with 58% more cutting area than before. Leatherman
Kick’s wire cutters can repeatedly cut 12-penny nails
and still cut the finest monofilament you can find. Kick has
the same super-strong pliers as larger Leatherman tools, but
its narrow shape and light weight keep you moving.
Leatherman Kick is:
Clever: Leatherman’s three-in-one design gives you a can
opener, bottle opener and wire stripper in just one blade. It
keeps the tool lightweight while adding features.
420 stainless steel knife is precision ground while immersed
in coolant for the sharpest blade possible. The cutting edge
on the Kick knife blade does not come in contact with the inside
of the handle—something that can dull knives when folded
Leatherman already had the strongest pliers out there, but now
they’ve redesigned them to withstand 133% more squeezing
Kick has needlenose and regular pliers that are long
and slender enough to fit into tight recesses. Fine gripping
teeth let you grab a piece of paper with just the tips.
Screwdrivers are ground for sharp edges. This extra manufacturing
step lets you hold a screw better and reduces slippage.
Weight: 1 lbs.