OK, on the heels of the very successful pocket slip and clip slip, we have went a bit further. More and more knifemakers today are offering a small caping / skinning knife. These knives work fine in a sheath but many folks are looking for a way to carry them in a pocket. So, we have developed a Front Pocket Slip for fixed blades. Although after looking at them, I discovered they would work equally well as a neck knife or to simply attach to a bag.
We contracted these ourselves from Europe of Tuscany vegetable tanned leather and are extremely proud of them. Since we have two sizes they will not fit every knife perfectly, but we simply can’t have an inventory of 30 different sizes. Many knives will fit in both, just depending on how much knife you want in the leather and how high you want it to ride.
This small size is perfect for caper sized knives such as the Hess Mini Caper, GEC H20 series, or the Arno Bernard Bush Baby Series. The opening is 1.1″ and the depth is 4.7″; but the thickness of your paticular knife will make a difference. If we have the knife in question in stock, just call and ask if this will fit.
The paracord does not come with them; but if you request it in the order notes I will send some if I have it on hand. You will get one selected slip in a plastic sleeve. Knife not included ;>