By National Geographic Adventure Contributing Editor Steve Casimiro, editor of The Adventure Life
A couple years ago, the Leatherman Skeletool ($20) took the outdoor gear world by storm, thanks in part to its light weight and utilitarian design, but mostly because of its post-apocalyptic good looks. The Skeletool could have been a spare appendage that fell off the Terminator, and it's no exaggeration to say that it was the first really cool multi-tool. Now comes Leatherman's Style CS, a curious name for what clearly is Skeletool Junior, a 1.45-ounce, 3-inch mini me, mini multi. It's cute in the way a baby rattlesnake is cute, but is it a worthy offspring?