Like many of you my EDC includes two knives, always a modern and a traditional. Pictured are the knives in my rotation, but my favorite combination is my Benchmade Bugout (with Flytanium carbon fiber scales) and my GEC 62 Easy Pocket Congress. I like to have the modern in my left pocket tip up (lefty style) and my traditional in my left pocket bottom. A heavy blade, and two delicate blades. Don't use my left pocket for anything else, with keys, money, etc. in the right. Total weight is less than 4 ounces!
Just my $0.02
Traditional and extremely modern. I like them both. In truth, it is hard to beat a large one hand opening and closing knife that disappears in your pocket through the use of a clip and lightweight materials.
The Skeletool is the first Leatherman I have with a pocket clip. This is the first time I've carried it. Its unnoticeable riding around on the mower and I used the pliers to pull out a splinter so...so far so good
RR did a nice job on the Equestrian knives. Just in case I meet any horses whose hooves need pickin'