I can't say enough good things about @Makael made sheaths. He has made 4 or 5 sheaths for me and each have been unique and creative. What can you do to make a sheath different from all the rest? I don't really know other than to say - LET MIKE DO IT. Beautiful, functional, well crafted and always a bit off what is expected in an artful way. I highly recommend!!! Here are some examples - starting with my most recent. This is a "dangler" for a puukko blade I rehandled. I put DANGLER in quotation marks because it is kind of a FIXED dangler. Not just a swinger. I was a bit skeptical about this carry method but it worked out to be perfect for me. I can carry vertically or tilted forward with the pommel within easy reach. I really appreciate the forward lean option. The thing is - it stays put - doesn't swing - so vertical or nearly horizontal and any point in between and there it stays. Unique and practical. I added the "talismans" off the sheath belt. These two Mike made for a Fiddleback Shogun. I often get 2 sheaths from Mike as he seems to create on the fly and is willing to experiment to satisfy my eccentric taste. This one - as I remember - was my first Makael made leather sheath. You don't need me to repeat that his sheaths are unique. Another puukko sheath - this for a honest to goodness made in Finland, Karjalan Puukko. I asked for a "puukko style" sheath without the flourish and decoration that is typical of Finish made sheaths. This Makael sheath is not like any I have seen before and it is a FAVORITE of mine. Just perfect in all respects. The front sewn welt looks a bit odd at first but - NO BUTS - it is a new classic! I only wish Mike would put his maker's mark on these things. This thread will have to serve as part of their pedigrees Thanks a lot Mike. Anyone else have @Makael sheaths to share? Pile em on!