This is the most basic option for your fixed blade. The sheath comes standard with a minimum of 3 eyelets, which will allow you to stow for blade in your pack or lash it to the outside with some 550 cord if you choose.
If you’re looking for just a basic sheath that you can wear on your belt, vest, or bag, this is the option to look at. You may select multiple carry options so you can adapt to any scenario or environment.
Basic Piggyback Sheath
This combo sheath system is ideal for those who have a large and small fixed blades that they want to carry simultaneously. Large and small knives serve different purposes, and the combination of the two makes for a great setup in the wilderness or the campsite.
With this option, you can combine multiple knives and any number of survival tools; ferro rods, sharpeners, flashlights, tins, etc. This complex setup is the pinnacle of survival gear, allowing you to conveniently carry all of your essentials in one place.
BBCK Breakaway Sheath
This modular sheath is a one-of-a-kind system bringing a fresh innovation to the sheath industry. It involves not only the capacity to combine multiple knives and attachments, but also the unique ability to separate and carry them individually. In addition, this can be done spontaneously and without the use of additional tools. because the secondary item is already equipped with its own belt clip, you simply have to separate it from the main sheath and it’s ready to go!
How to Order
Every BBCK custom creation is a collaborative process between myself and the client. Therefore, prices are determined by the individual project and options selected and not listed here on the website. I like to keep the lines of communication open so I can be sure I am building exactly what you want. To start your order, fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page or email me at:
For your convenience, I have added a real-time view of my production queue. Shortly after placing your order you will be added to this list and you can check back any time to see where you’re at in line.