Form meets function with the Leatherman Tread LT. This rugged yet elegant bracelet solves spur-of-the-moment handiwork problems. Carry up to 26 tools anywhere you go with this travel-friendly wearable multi-tool! This is the narrower and lighter version of the previous Leatherman Tread bracelet. Utilitarian, for sure, but it also boasts smooth curves to follow the natural circumference of one’s wrist to avoid snagging on stuff.
The customizable Leatherman Tread LT goes everywhere you do. It is TSA-compliant, so it can stay on you when you’re leaving on a jet plane. Roll up your sleeve and get to it!
Leatherman designed multiple tools in each 17-4 stainless steel bracelet link, making everyday tools like Allen wrenches, screwdrivers, and box wrenches available at a moment’s notice. Adjustable to accommodate any wrist size and fully customizable with the links you need most, the Leatherman Tread LT is as stylish as it is functional. The clasp doubles as a bottle opener, arguably the most important tool of all.
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