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Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths

Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths
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Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths

Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths
Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths
Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths
Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths
Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths
Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths
Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths
Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths
Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths
Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths
Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths
Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths
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Dave Johnston - Chugiak, Alaska

Heavy-duty hand-crafted knife sheaths sporting the DMKU logo to keep your tools sharp, protected, and at hand.

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Alaskan DMKU Knife Sheaths

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Every piece of leather is shaped by the life story of the animal, and a unique journey to and through the workshop. These photos are representative samples of the item you will receive. If you have a specific need, you may add a note at checkout or call to discuss. Or browse our small selection of individually photographed actual items.

Knife Sheaths

Heavy-duty cut and sewn leather, imprinted with the Dancing Man Knives & Ulus logo.

These sheaths are designed for a deep friction-fit, which keeps the knife safely in the sheath even in rough or catching conditions. The sheaths are designed for the Dancing Man line, and nearly always fit great. If your knife is the exception, the sheath can be returned.

Knife Types:

Small Eskimo, Steak, Trout, or Paring: for 3" blades, up to about 1" wide
6-inch Curved Fillet, 6-inch Straight Fillet, or Large Eskimo: for 6" blades, up to about 1" wide
8-inch Curved Fillet, 8-inch Straight Fillet, or Russian: for 8" blades, up to about 1" wide
Small Skinning Knife: for 4" blades, up to 1.5" wide
Large Skinning Knife: for 6" blades, up to 1.5" wide

Right or Left

Right: For right-handers, hangs on the right hip
Left: For left-handers, hangs on the left hip


Like a tailor designing a suit, a skilled leatherworker shapes flat leather into a dimensional object or container. The function of the object shapes the form, and a well-fitted sheath can be a piece of art even before embellishment.

Well-made sheaths include a welt (a narrow strip of leather) within the seam, so the knife cannot cut the threads. Of course, selection of leather, strength of thread, efficacy of design, and artistry of execution all affect the quality of the product.

Diamond D Leather

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David Johnston

Chugiak, Alaska

At Diamond D Custom Leather, we rely on the quality leather, hard work, and our more than 30 years of experience to provide you with the absolute best products at the best value.

Diamond D Custom Leather was founded over three decades ago by a man who knew that in order to produce the best product you must have the best equipment, the best people, and never settle for less than perfection.

This mantra has enabled owner, David Johnston, to succeed in his personal and professional life. David is a past Professional Bull Rider winning numerous titles, a Firefighter in Anchorage, Alaska, and an award winning leather maker.

Diamond D Custom Leather has been featured in a variety of magazines such as Guns Magazine, article by Clint Smith, and American Hand Gunner.

His attitude of always striving to be the best has helped to carry Diamond D Custom Leather to where it is today. Diamond D Custom Leather uses David and our other leather craftsmen's experience, tenacity, and drive, to craft the finest leather holsters and products available.

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