Fits Ka-Bar knife with 7-inch blade. Includes no logo, which some users prefer. Nice brown leather.
It may not fit knives that aren't Ka-Bar.
Good-quality leather. Includes a belt loop. Quality aesthetic and fair to good craftsmanship.
Knives with thicker handles are not likely to fit. Dimensions should always be considered before purchase.
Sewn and riveted; made of thick leather. Good fit for many knives. Fits knives up to 5 inches. Excellent price.
There are a few compromises related to cost, such as dried out leather and questionable fit for some knives.
Blade stays secure thanks to embedded magnet. Wood material is solid, attractive Ash. Stylish and functional. Can accommodate various knife lengths, though width shouldn't exceed one inch.
The fit is not customized to a particular knife.
Affordable. If a low price and very basic knife protection are all you need, this could be for you.
The materials used to make it are not as sturdy or durable as some others; it's for people on a tight budget who don't need much in the way of knife protection.
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If you carry a knife, you probably already know how important it is to have a protective knife sheath. But knife sheaths aren’t just about functionality; they’re also about style. You can find knife sheaths in a number of colors and materials. Leather knife sheaths are quite popular – they look great, tend to last a long time, and provide a high level of protection from the sharp blade. Nylon knife sheaths are inexpensive, and many of them can accommodate different knife sizes for added versatility. You also can purchase a knife sheath made of thermoplastic. This type of plastic is very hard and durable, but it’s not the most aesthetically pleasing type of knife sheath.
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