This is a pouch done right with rugged waxed canvas, a brass snap closure, a big leather belt loop, and sized-just-right design. The true value is in the quality. We take our ages old raw materials and craft a belt pouch that won’t disappoint.
When you don’t need to keep a sharpening stone on hand, it’ll work great to carry other objects on a belt such as a compass and signal mirror? Or a first aid kit for cuts? There’s space for a couple shotgun shells, some (but likely not all) multi tools could fit, a tin of airgun pellets or even an energy bar or two.
The Frost River waxed canvas belt pouch is reminiscent of a US- G.I. compass pouch. Ours has a better belt loop though. We use leather for the loop, and size it to accommodate the biggest belts around (it even works with our padded waist belt). There is also a slim gusset along the sides to allow just a bit more capacity than the envelope style GI compass pouch.
Been looking for something to stick on a belt to throw bits and pieces of my EDC in for what seems like years. Finally after many false starts found this, now my faithful everyday belt companion.
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