Since switching from boots to trail runners, I've never had to cut moleskin, because I've never had a blister. I still carry a small piece in my first aid kit, but since it's been there for over 10 years, I probably should discard it. Since then I switched to the Leatherman Squirt as my knife/multitool, but I've used the scissors only for fingernails and trimming bandaids to fit. I have never tried it on moleskin!

In the more distant past, I used my knife blade for moleskin, using a nearby log or larger dead stick as my "cutting board." It just seemed to work better!

I personally need the pliers the most. I use them for pot lifters and also for gripping ends of straps to pull through buckles and other tasks for which my fingers do not have the gripping strength needed.

Edited by OregonMouse (08/29/18 03:36 PM)
May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view--E. Abbey