TBS Leather Small Folding Knife Belt Pouch
This Belt Pouch is designed for the TBS EDC Pocket Knife but will suit all manner of folding knives up to 100mm (4") total length. It is made, again, from top quality materials to a high standard and will fit on a 55mm (2.25") width belt. It is both stitched and riveted for maximum wear resistance.
This belt pouch is designed to be a full cover type belt pouch to hold a knife with or without the press stud. This is a design feature to ensure that you do not lose your knife on the move and, as such, each pouch will be very close fitting. The pouch will "break in" and soften over time like any good pair of boots and we find that the attachment of a lanyard to the lanyard hole of the handle of a knife is a good addition to aid in removing the knife from the pouch.
Obviously different makes of knives are different sizes but whatever knife you have it is deliberately designed to be a deep pouch.
Perfect for your favorite Every Day Carry knife.
I have had a high carbon steel, curly birch Boar folding lock knife for a couple of years now and it has proved a brilliant general purpose knife that can be taken anywhere - razor sharp and well made. As promised the initial stiffness in the opening mechanism has eased up over time allowing one hand opening, which is great. I have just returned from a month in California, camping in national and state forests and cooking on open fires (all forest park campsites have steel fire pits and provide wood, even in dry conditions - unlike most wet British campsites where you are lucky if you are allowed a barbecue!). I used the Boar daily for food preparation as well as wood work and it was fine but of course the blade reacts to some food, particularly fruit veg, and discolours, so I obviously needed a stainless steel blade with a micarta handle didn't I? Well it has just arrived and it looks and feels superb. It has the same heavy, quality feel as my curly birch/carbon steel, is razor sharp and the natural micarta scales look beautiful. I saw a lot of knives in the States from a few dollars to several thousand and can honestly say that nothing compared with the quality of the Boar for even several times the price. So now I have two - lucky me! (and thanks to TBS for producing such a high quality tool at such an affordable price).