SIZE + HARDWARE OPTIONS:
Size will depend on the item you are fitting. I try to make them as compact as possible within reason. This listing is designed to fit items that are around the size of an average pocket knife as shown. If you need to fit something larger, we’ll have to talk about another larger listing.
Belt slots are cut to fit belts up to 1.5″ in width.
Photos show sheath in Natural Tan color. Color will vary due to hot wax dipping and may be lighter or darker than shown. The leather continues to darken over time with regular use. It will develop a beautiful patina.
If you choose to personalize with a name or initials – this will go on the back of the sheath.
Purchase does not include the knife, tool, or other item selected to fit.
ITEM TO FIT:
Custom Item (that you intend to purchase separately) – Get in touch here
Custom Item or Knife (you intend to ship to me): Must be around pocket knife size for this listing. This option will be available once waitlist is removed.
BUCK 110 Pocket Knife (smooth handle, not the finger grooves)
Leatherman – Wave – (Older Discontinued model) You can find them on eBay. It may be same size as the Wave+
LOCKING – This is a solid brass ‘locking’ snap with nickel plating, all rivets will match. This is a military grade directional snap designed to prevent the button from becoming unsnapped if something brushes against the side of it. The snap will only unsnap by lifting from the bottom upwards. It will only snap back in place by pushing from the top downwards. It’s a great option for this style of sheath.
SILVER – Solid brass with nickel plating. The snap is non-locking.
BRASS – Solid brass throughout. The snap is non-locking.
BLACK – Solid brass with an oxidized finish for black appearance. The snap is non-locking.
This option lets you select which side of your body you will wear the sheath on. It is important to note that when in combination with the ‘Belt Angle’. I wear mine on my right hand side.
This is the approximate angle it will sit on the belt. I stress approximate, as it is give or take a bit. Basically look at it as either a forward angle, no angle or backward facing angle. I made mine with a 15* forward angle which makes it easy to pull the knife out of the sheath the further back on the belt I wear it.
Please note that we only use the best Full-Grain leather in our shop and it is tooled by hand. This means there may be the occasional natural scar or marking that occurred during the cow’s lifetime, as well as some subtle tooling marks and marks from the sewing machine. It’s just a testament to the hand-worked leather. Colors may vary slightly from the photos due to the dye process used.