Need a beautiful hand crafted leather sheath for your CRKT Woods Kangee T-Hawk? We've got you covered. The leather on this sheath is 6/7 oz. full-grained leather that is heavy duty and hand crafted in Oregon, USA. The leather is vegetable tanned and will not corrode metal. It has a hand oiled finish for durability and the seams are locked stitched with heavy weight nylon thread. The sheath protects the axe head and fits snugly and securely with three snaps. The belt loop fits belts with widths up to 1 ¾ inches.
sheath for the bits on the spike hawk. craftsmanship is good, stitching is well done and finished. the leather is of medium thickness. rivets are where you need them. I coat mine with sno-seal boot waterproofing with beeswax. apply some heat with a hair dryer and the wax liquefies and soaks in, swelling the leather and preserving the surface.
2014-12-09 Vinton, LA
Nice fit for my t-hawk. Covers the blade and heel nicely and it protects it and myself from harm. As for the plastic snaps, I feel that they will last a lot longer than the metal snaps that I have seen on other leather products that rust and bind and can be a real pain to un-snap. Of course mine gets a good workout in extreme conditions. It doesn't sit behind a glass case
Quality leather, great fit. Rub a little mink oil every now and then and it should last a lifetime. I highly recommend this cover, a must-have if you have the Kangee
2014-12-07 Santa Fe, NM
This sheath is a really nice addition to the Kangee T-hawk. It is nicely made and covers both the bit and spike with quality leather. There is a belt attachment as well but I can't imagine carrying the 'hawk that way. The snaps are plastic but really hold and won't corrode. If you bought the Kangee you need this sheath.
2014-07-31 Las Vegas, NV
Without a question the quality of the workmanship is is top notch. The Kangee 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.