If this is your first time visiting, thank you for stopping by.
This site is dedicated to my hobby of making custom fitted Kydex knife sheaths, Kydex accessory pouches, and collecting knives in general.
A special thanks goes out to all those that liked what they saw here, and had me make a sheath for their knife.
- History -
I started making Kydex sheaths in 2010, when I needed some for my own knives.
As soon as the first sheath was completed I was hooked. It has been a labor of love ever since.
After my own sheaths, I began making them for family, friends, and co-workers. The feedback has been very positive, which has encouraged me to pursue this hobby further.
My focus is to make sheaths for knives no one else is doing. In my opinion to make a Kydex sheath that is guaranteed to fit your *exact* knife its necessary to have the knife on hand and custom mold the Kydex to that specific knife. Having the same model of knife on hand to use is not the same as having the exact knife on hand. Manufacturers continually change grinds, and other profile changes that could make a big difference between a perfect fit, and an almost perfect sheath fit, or a sloppy fit.
**Therefore I can not guarantee a perfect fit without having your knife on hand** I know that this will prevent some folks from having me make their sheaths, but this is something that I learned the hard way. I return your knife and custom sheath via fully insured USPS Priority Mail. With that said, I do have many basic common pattern knives on hand that I can use to mold a sheath from. However as previously mentioned, there may be slight variances from your knife. So if a good, but not necessarily perfect fit is something you can live with, then I can use one of my knives to make the sheath.
Some examples of prices as of the Fall of 2014
(These are approximates and can vary depending on what special features you want your sheath to have):
Basic folding knife, neck sheath - Starting at $20 delivered.
Basic belt sheath for a 4" - 6" fixed blade knife - Starting at $35 delivered.
I can make belt sheaths for fixed blade knives of up to approximately 10" blade length, and Machete sheaths with blade lengths as long as 20". These start at $40 delivered.
Custom Kydex accessory cases for military challenge coins, Surefire batteries, survival mirrors or similar size items - Start at $20 delivered.
Prices are for black colored Kydex, with a fixed belt buckle if a belt sheath. I can make buckles for most width belts at no extra charge - the standard buckle is for a 1.5" wide belt.
For neck sheaths, I include a military style neck chain at no extra charge.
Camouflage patterns and other colors of Kydex are available, but there is an added fee of about $2- $5 depending on sheath size due to the increase of material costs.
Unconditional Guarantee: Everything I make is personally made by me, here in the Peach State of Georgia, USA, and is 100% guaranteed. If the user is not happy with the product I will fix the problem, or fully refund the purchase price. Whichever the user prefers. No questions asked.
Update as of 30 December 2014:
Due to continued overwhelming demand it is currently taking about
7 - 8 weeks to complete orders..
PO Box 452
Villa Rica, GA 30180
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Web site last updated on: 30 December 2014
Below is an example of the basic style belt sheath I make. This sheath was made for a Swedish Morakniv military survival knife. Which is an incredible knife for the money. The belt loop is a little narrower than I normally make them for these sheaths. It was made this way by design, for this specific sheath.
Different Kydex neck sheaths. Four of the knives are Spyderco's, the smallest is a Kershaw. These sheaths allow the user to wear the knife concealed around the neck on a necklace chain.
The Cold Steel Finn Wolf was a very good reasonably priced sheath knife. Unfortunately it has been dropped from the Cold Steel line. The blade steel used is as good as any manufacturers. It is a good general purpose field knife that holds an edge well. And would be a good candidate for Bushcraft and wilderness skill projects.
My daughter wanted her own knife. Since I had an extra Finn Wolf laying around I gave her this one. And made her a nice matching hot pink sheath.
Nothing fancy here. A cheap China made Maxam Bird and Trout knife that I cut the factory rubber handle off in a simple neck sheath.
Shown with the factory leather sheath. This Kydex sheath has a TekLok style belt buckle for mounting options and more versatility than standard fixed belt buckles have.