Handcrafted Leather Sheath for Benchmade Arvensis
Crafted with precision in mind, this leather sheath is meticulously designed to fit the Benchmade Arvensis knife snugly. Handmade with care in Spokane, Washington, it’s the perfect blend of functionality and style.
- Quality Material: Our sheath is skillfully fashioned from full-grain vegetable-tanned cowhide, stained with a rich, dark brown hue.
- Custom Fit: Each sheath is molded around the Benchmade Arvensis knife to ensure an exact fit. No compromises on precision.
- Durable Construction: We’ve added a welt between the two folded halves, preventing the blade edge from compromising the stitching. This sheath is built to last.
- Handcrafted Excellence: Our artisans hand-glue and saddle-stitch with waxed nylon thread, leaving no marks from sewing machines along the threads.
- Finely Polished: The sheath’s edge boasts a hand-polished finish for a touch of sophistication.
- Maintenance Matters: We recommend treating your sheath with Fiebings Mink Oil (available in our shop) to keep it in prime condition.
- Versatile Wear: The sheath easily attaches to belts, accommodating widths of up to 2.5 inches. For a lower hang option, explore our dangler accessory.
- Made to Order: While some sheaths may be available immediately, each sheath is typically made to order. Please allow approximately one week for production, depending on demand. Feel free to contact us for immediate availability inquiries.
Experience the craftsmanship that defines our brand. Our “Leather Sheath for Benchmade Arvensis” is designed to enhance your outdoor pursuits, offering both utility and aesthetics. Get ready for your next adventure with this made-in-the-USA masterpiece. Click below to explore this product in our shop.
The sheath can be worn directly on a belt, and it will accept a maximum belt width of 2.5 inches. It can also be extended to hang lower with a dangler, which is also available in our shop. Click images below to view it in our shop.
Watch how we make a similar sheath (for an axe in this case) on YouTube: