Gerber’s Hike Kit bundle includes the Armbar Cork multitool for opening bottles and quick fixes, the Stowe fixed-blade knife for food prep, and the Devour multi-fork utensil for chowing down. The Around Camp kit replaces the knife with a Tri-Tip mini cleaver and upgrades the utensils to the ComplEat kit.
Gerber’s smartly-designed camp saw folds up flat when not in use while its parts remain connected. Its 12″ blade can cut through large-diameter wood, and its shape ensures you can use every inch of the blade. A textured handle provides maximum grip, and it comes with a blade edge protector for safe packing.
Thanks to its ability to fold down to just 9.37″ long, this shovel is perfect for camping and hiking. Gerber Gear’s stainless steel shovel head has a serrated edge to help dig through tough ground, turf, and even ice. Its shaft is made from anodized aluminum to help cut down on weight, keeping it to about 2 pounds.
Gerber’s versatile Dual-Force multitool offers a dozen useful functions including a 3.25″ knife, a saw, wire cutter, wire stripper, and more. But its real highlights are its center-axis bit driver and a pair of pliers with a two-size slip joint jaw. Plus, its layered construction is designed to provide double the jaw strength of typical multitools.
Gerber’s compact chopping tool is small enough to toss in your pack whenever you head outdoors. It measures just 9.46″ long, while its sharp blade and ergonomic, rubberized grip make it great for prepping firewood and kindling, as well as cutting branches. Includes a nylon sheath for pack or belt mounting.
Gerber’s excellent Dual-Force multitool now comes in a matte black finish. Like its silver brother, it packs a dozen tools, with highlights including strong butterfly-jaw pliers, a center-axis bit driver, and firmly-locking tool blades. Functions include a wire cutter, wire stripper, saw, files, knife, chisel edge, and ruler edge.
Gerber is now making a slimmed-down version of its useful Lockdown multitool. The pocket-friendly Lockdown Slim Pry packs a pry bar cast into its body, two flathead screwdrivers, a bottle opener, scissors, a nail puller, a 2.5″ knife blade, and a pocket clip. Available in bronze or onyx.
This basic multitool is the perfect addition to your keychain. It features a main knife blade, a file, flat and Phillips screwdrivers, and a bottle opener. Each tool locks securely in place, and the whole thing attaches with an integrated carabiner clip. It’s available with a grey or blue handle.
Gerber’s versatile tool combines two useful functions in one. It looks like a regular axe, but its grippy handle conceals a saw which is held in place magnetically when not in use. It’s a great way to save space when packing for camping trips. Plus, its steel axe head and elongated, glass-filled nylon handle provide great striking force.
Building on the design of the Suspension, Gerber’s folding tool has 17 functions, including cutters, screwdrivers, spring-loaded pliers, scissors, wire strippers, openers, saw, serrated, and fine-edge blades, among others. Tools lock firmly in place, and its girder-inspired handles are each made from a single piece of steel.
Gerber took its popular Flatiron pocket knife design and turned it into a folding pocket comb. Like the knife, is has machined aluminum handle scales, a frame lock mechanism, and a thumb hole for easy deployment. A built-in clip keeps it from falling to the bottom of your pocket.
Gerber’s modern flipper knife features a razor-sharp straightedge sheepsfoot blade, and elegant bamboo handle scales. Its finger notch makes it easy to deploy, and it’s perfect for everyday cutting tasks. Its blade measures 2.7″ long and is made from long-lasting 7Cr17MoV stainless steel.
The Gerber Mullet is a tiny multitool that’s meant to be carried on a belt loop or clipped to a keychain. It functions as a wire stripper, a scraper, a nail puller, a pry bar, a small and a large flathead driver, a cross driver, a 1/4″ hex driver and the ubiquitous bottle opener.
Gerber’s versatile outdoor cutting tool folds up to less than half its size for easy carrying. It can cut, chop, and split wood and has a quad locking system to ensure that its blade is firmly in place. It comes in green/stainless, black/stainless, or black/black. Measures 6.75″ closed, 15.1″ open.
Gerber’s ultra-compact, snub-nosed knife is perfect for cutting open packages and also small scraping tasks. It opens easily with either the nail nick or the starter hump on its back edge. It’s got anodized aluminum scales, a removable keychain loop, and a pocket clip. Comes in black/silver or brown/black combos.
Gerber’s mini multitool combines a pry bar, nail puller, wire cutter, large flathead driver, small flathead driver, and a bottle opener. It has a deep pocket clip and a lanyard hole for carrying versatility and is available with an aluminum or Micarta scale. Each one has a unique laser-etched pattern, so no two are alike.
Gerber’s smartly-designed piece of kit includes something we’ve not seen on other pocket tools – a stake puller – making it the perfect campsite companion. In addition, it has a 2.2″ Scandi grind blade, scissors, a saw, an awl, a file, tweezers, a bottle opener, a ruler, and a ferro rod striker for starting campfires.
This compact tool combines versatility with a pocket-friendly form factor. It comes in two versions, both with a 2.5″ liner lock knife, a #11 utility blade, and a file with a chisel edge. The Drive adds a 1/4″ driver with a double sided bit and an awl, and the Pry has a pry bar, nail puller, scissors, flathead drivers, and a bottle opener.
This pocket knife accepts standard utility blades, so it never needs sharpening and is great for opening boxes, cutting cardboard, and getting through plastic packaging. It’s made from stainless steel, has a pocket clip, and features a liner lock mechanism for safety. They also make a lite version with a skeletonized handle.
This elongated version of Gerber’s Prybrid tool has a longer pry bar, providing added leverage for pulling nails and separating items. In addition to its retractable utility blade, it functions as a wire stripper, screwdriver, and bottle opener, and comes with a short length of paracord.
A great gift for campers, the Base Camp kit packs some of Gerber Gear’s most useful camping tools. It includes a tactical pack hatchet, a Compleat utensil set, and a Freeman fixed blade knife. The hatchet and knife feature full-tang construction, and the utensils include a fork, spoon, spatula, tongs, and 4-function kitchen tool.
Gutting a freshly-caught fish isn’t the most pleasant of tasks, but if you have to do it, you want the right tool for the job. The Gutsy incorporates a serrated scaler, a gutting hook, a scoop hook for clearing out veins, plus a bottle opener for celebrating a job well done with the day’s catch.