Leather Sheath and Dangler for Gough Resolute MkIII

(2 customer reviews)


Hand crafted custom leather sheath (made in Spokane, Washington, U.S.A.)

SKU: LS-GR-MKIII-NS-BL Categories: , Tags: , ,


This Leather Sheath and Dangler are specifically designed for the Gough Resolute MkIII. It is built out of full-grain vegetable-tanned cowhide and then stained with black stain. The sheath is formed around the knife, therefore the fit is snug and precise. Each sheath is tested to have a precise fit. The sheath is constructed with a welt that is inserted between the two folded halves which prevents the blade edge from cutting the stitching that is placed to hold the sheath together. The sheath is then glued, and hand sewn with a saddle stitch using waxed polyester thread – this is why you do not see any markings from a sewing machine along the threads. The edge of the sheath has a hand-polished finish. The sheath is treated with Fiebings Mink Oil (available from us here). We recommended that you treat it with this from time to time. This sheath is built to last, and is meticulously hand crafted in the USA (Spokane, Washington).

The included dangler will fit any D-ring (or round ring) that has a 1-inch wide opening or wider. This danger is designed to extend your sheath away from your belt to allow the knife sheath to “dangle” for easy reach and maneuverability, even when wearing your shirt untucked. It is easily removable with the installed steel or brass “button”. This dangler is fully handcrafted. It is made out of full-grain vegetable-tanned cowhide and then stained with a black stain. The leather is treated with Fiebings Mink Oil (available here from us). Watch video below about the dangler. The dangler has been much improved from what you see in the video – please look at the gallery photos for up-close detail.

Note: Knife is NOT included.

Video about the dangler only:

Watch how we make a similar sheath (for an axe in this case) on YouTube:

At this time we have only the black or brown options available.

At this time this sheath will be made to order, although some sheaths may be available immediately. Please allow between 1 to 3 weeks for production of the sheath, depending on the demand. You can also send us an email to check for immediate availability.


The sheath is handmade in Spokane, Washington. Leather Sheath and Dangler for Gough Resolute MkIII Leather Sheath and Dangler for Gough Resolute MkIII Leather Sheath and Dangler for Gough Resolute MkIII

Additional information

Weight 15 oz
Dimensions 6.00 × 4.25 × 1 in

Black, Brown

Ferro Sleeve


2 reviews for Leather Sheath and Dangler for Gough Resolute MkIII

  1. Kevin Loftus (verified owner)

    Long wait for it, but sooner than Eugene had predicted. Beautiful craftsmanship and a perfect fit. The sheath that comes with the Resolute MkIII from Gough knives is a good sheath. The knife snaps tight into the Kydex, but web loop is too stiff and it never relaxed no matter how long I wore it. ROG’s sheath for the Resolute MkIII is a perfect replacement or alternate for the Gough sheath. Hangs from the belt close to the body with a low profile. One note: you’ll need a knife lanyard if you use the ROG sheath. Only about an inch and a half of the handle is exposed when the knife is sheathed and the knife rests securely in the ROG sheath. I have no concerns that the knife will accidentally come free from the sheath, even with the loop lanyard that I have on my knife. I am super happy with the sheath and look forward to many years using this perfect sheath with a perfect knife. Thanks.

  2. Tim Wiegers

    When I was looking for a leather sheath for my Resolute MkIII, I knew Review Outdoor Gear and Eugene was who I wanted to make this sheath for me. I had previously bought multiple sheaths from them and knew the quality was second to none. This sheath does not disappoint. Like another reviewer said, “a perfect sheath for a perfect knife”. I highly recommend the dangler as well.

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