Bearded men, your wallet is incomplete if it doesn’t have this tool in it. This credit card-sized multitool helps tame your beard while offering up five other functions: a butterfly wrench, a letter opener, a flat-head screwdriver, a bottle opener, and a five-position wrench hex-head wrench. Comb your beard, then open a brewski.
Keep your beard under control with Beardbrand’s colorful patterned combs. They’re made from durable cellulose acetate and are designed to minimize snags. They offer two different spacings for different hair types and work great on straight, curly, or wavy beards. Available in large (6.88″) and pocket (4.31″) sizes.
We love the colors that emerge from titanium when it’s been hit with a flame. It looks especially great on this modern titanium comb from Demian Haggard. The comb is great for taming unruly hair and beards, and comes with a custom-made leather case. It’s also available in natural titanium and stainless steel.
Chicago Comb Co.’s Model 1 is made from ultra strong and lightweight carbon fiber composite. Its tines are ultra smooth, offering tangle-free combing of even the toughest hair. It’s great for head hair or beards, and has an ergonomic handle design with a finger hole on one end.
While calling a comb “tactical” seems hyperbolic to say the least, we still dig the style and versatility of 2057 Design’s multifunctional titanium pocket tool. It packs hair and mustache combs, a bottle opener, and 4mm and 1/4″ bit holders. Comes with a detachable pocket clip and straight razor attachments.
1up your grooming routine with this handmade beard comb from L.I.M. Lazer. Its alder wood body features a laser-engraved design inspired by Nintendo’s classic 8-bit gaming system, and offers up two laminated bamboo comb blades with fine and wide spacing. They also make a version with acrylic blades.
We’ve seen lots of credit card size multitools, but what makes this one different is the built in comb on one edge. Guardman’s flat stainless steel tool has box wrenches, a flat blade screwdriver, and bottle and can openers. Word has it that it’s not TSA-friendly though.