THIS KNIFE SHEATH MODEL HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED
Classic “Randall” Style Sheath
This design was inspired by the vintage sheaths made for classic Randall survival knives. Featuring a retention strap keeper tab, this holds the retention strap back and out of the way so the knife can be drawn without the risk of cutting the strap. We have incorporated a shock cord loop (standard belt loop only) that keeps the knife held against the back of the belt loop, and minimizes excess movement when traveling with the sheath.
Made from Premium Wickett & Craig Saddle Skirting Leather
Each sheath is made from Wickett & Craig's Grade A, 9-10oz, Vegetable Tanned, Saddle Skirting Leather. We chose this leather as it is firm, yet workable, has a rich depth of color, and develops a beautiful patina with character throughout its life.
We stand behind all of our Craftsmanship and Materials. We guarantee that our product's stitches will stay stitched, rivets will stay riveted, and snaps will continue to function for the life of the product.
Water Resistant Wax Treatment
Each of our sheaths is waxed inside and out with a Beeswax based Leather Conditioner. We apply this Leather Conditioner with heat, which liquefies the wax so it penetrates deep into the leather fibers. Our wax treatment in the interior of the sheath ensures that moisture will not be trapped within the sheath, to avoid the chance of rust forming on your blade.
Interchangeable Belt Loops
This sheath has the ability to change belt loops. Simply remove two screws, and you can swap between belt loops. The sheath comes with the Standard fixed belt loop, with the option of a Dangler Belt Loop.
High Quality Snaps and Hardware
We only use the best hardware for our sheaths, Steel Black Oxide Chicago Screw Hardware and DOT Scovill Mil-Spec Button Snaps.
Leg Tie Grommets
These grommets are located at the bottom of the sheath, and allow you to tie the sheath to your leg with a piece of paracord.
This allows you to carry a firesteel on your sheath. Available in 3 sizes: 1/4", 5/16", 3/8". These sizes refer to the diameter of the firesteel rod.