Buckaroo Dangling Pocket Knife Sheath
The Buckaroo sheath is an old idea, dating to the cowboys of the old west, who themselves borrowed the concept from Mexican Vaqueros. These are handmade by a young cowboy from Northern California who has ranching and rodeo running through his veins (his great uncle was the proud owner of Hall of Fame bull “Red Rock,” Lane Frost’s famous nemesis.
You attach the sheath to a belt loop by running the sheath itself through the cutout in the lanyard, and it hangs perfectly at your side. The lanyard is long enough to reach both front and rear pockets, and when pocketed, hangs perfectly vertical, keeping a clean pocket line, and not digging in to your thigh when seated or bending. When needed, pull the sheath out of your pocket and let it dangle at your side for easy access, use the knife and slide it back in without fear of ever losing it or it slipping from the sheath.
- The sheath and lanyard are constructed of 5oz vegetable tanned English Bridle leather, then sewn with good thick Nylon #138 thread.
- Each are one-of-a-kind and branded with the John Wayne silhouette icon.
- Holds just about any folding knife up to about 4”– 4.5”
- Measures 5 inches long and 1 7/8 inches wide.