Number of Reviews: 14
Lake Park, GA
great look, good heavy feel
Cape Elizabeth, ME
Perfect accompaniment to the Chogan Woods T-Hawk Treat like any other piece of fine leather and you will not be disappointed
San Diego, CA
Leather is of good quality, the stitching wore out rather quickly. I ended up swapping snaps to steel ones and I used waxxed nylon thread with an and stitcher and resecured the sheath. I am confident it will last a long time
I like the sheath alot, except for the belt loop. It is too small and the leather too soft for secure belt carry. If this can be changed for better on-person carry, that would be excellent. I am working on improvising a re-inforced belt loop.
The cover for the head is stout and well-constructed.
I bought this as a gift, but it appeared to be all that I expected.
Well, it's nice leather and it almost fits. I used some "FeetFitter Shoe Stretch" formula on it and now it fits. Also the snaps are plastic and I've had one fail so far. I'll just replace all the snaps with metal ones and then I won't need to worry about how secure the hawk will be.
It will be okay with some extra work on my behalf.
SOLANA BEACH, CA
I'm glad I bought this for my Chogan. It is a really good fit and except for the plastic snaps it should last a good long time. I would definitely recommend to anyone.
red bluff, CA
fits nice good leather don't like plastic snaps
Las Vegas, NV
Without a question the quality of the workmanship is is top notch. The Chogan Woods T-Hawk Leather Sheath will last as long as the axe itself with an occasional oiling. The only problem I can ever see really effecting its ability to last 20 years of service and possibly far more, is the plastic snap button. Why of all places would they skimp and not use a brass and steel button I will never know. This is a problem that can be fixed easily if the button ever does gives up though. I highly recommend this CRKT product.
This leather sheath is just as solid and stable as the tomahawk it protects. It stays on reliably during rough usage, and shows fine craftsmanship. I see just one thing that could be improved. It is a bit too small, so it is difficult to snap it closed. This goes for both the blade cover and the strap over the hammer end. If it were just half an inch larger, it would be the best the world has seen.