Belt Pouches

Do you have a favorite folder, mutli-tool or utility knife, that needs to be protected, yet easy to reach? Then a tough leather belt pouch is just what you need. Custom formed and fitted, it will keep your knife handy and out of the bottom of your pocket or tool box.

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3Front view: Black pouch for folding knife with three initials stamped on the front. Click image for larger view. 4Back view: Black pouch for folding knife with S.S. boot clip attached to the back. Click image for larger view.

5A very good friend who is an associate at a local large retail store had been carrying her box cutter and Sharpie marker pen in a black nylon belt pouch for a number of years. Now the pouch was worn out and needed replacement. We fixed her up with a sleek tan water buffalo hide belt pouch that should last her a lifetime.

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6Leather pouches: Two fine examples of knife pouches I build to protect and carry your favorite “every day carry” hand tools. The top two pouches are “pocket pouches” for slim- lined pocket knives that need their finishes protected. The bottom two are “belt pouches” with their fold-over top flaps with keeper snaps. These photos show the wooden blocks still inside each pouch that I built to the exact dimensions for each knife. The blocks are used to form-fit each pouch. For customers that require a low profile pouch, we reduce the bulk by omitting the belt loop and use instead belt slots.

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folderpouchFolder Pouch: Built for an old antique folder, this unique belt pouch has a fold over flap cover, with a snap closer.  Black, LA alligator hide was used to give it a classic look and feel. With an extra large, water buffalo hide belt loop on the back to add stiffness to the pouch.

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