Every one of my knives comes with a Hale Storm Custom Kydex sheath made by Ronnie Hale. I'm going to say a bit, then Ronnie is going to explain in more detail. Back last July (2014) I was trying to build my customer base. I didn't yet have a Knifemaker's membership here, so I had to do it a bit surreptitiously. If I saw that someone was looking for a small fixed blade I emailed them and asked if they had found anything yet, and by the way, what do you think about buying one of my knives. It never really paid off, except in Ronnie's case. He took a chance on an unknown knifemaker. We talked, decided on CPM20CV for the steel, and I got busy. That knife is the one on my first batch pre order thread. It has jade G10 scales. I had been considering learning leather or kydex as to make sheaths for my knives, but I really didn't want to start a new learning curve or sink additional money into new tools and materials. I decided just to farm out the sheaths. I mentioned all this to Ronnie. He offered to make a sheath for my Dart EDC as to showcase his kydex work. It's not an understatement to tell you that I was blown away by his quality. The eyelets were perfectly mushroomed. The edges were nicely rounded, sanded, and buffed to the point of looking like a solid piece of kydex. No sharp edges anywhere. Perfect retention, no rattle, just a solid click/snap into place every time. I've carried my Dart EDC in a Hale Storm Custom Kydex sheath for months now. It works like it should every single time. Carrying it every day has only solidified and further justified my choice of Ronnie as my sheath maker. There are other things I could say about his materials, construction techniques, things that set him apart, but I'm going to let Ronnie tell you all about all those things. I'm sure you will love your knife even more because it comes in a Hale Storm Custom Kydex sheath.