As do most leathercraftsmen, I make knife sheaths. Most, including my Saf-T-Sheath, are made for a particular knife or, in the case of my PiggyBak sheath, a particular pair of knives. Prices vary, based upon size of knife and tooling involved, from $30 to $90 USD.
Pouches for Buck (and similar) folding knives range from $30 to $70 USD, depending on the size of the closed knives and whether the sheaths are to be plain or tooled.
You can see some examples of my knife sheaths below. (NOTE: When shown, knives are for display purposes only, and are not included in the product sale.)
Carry your field dressing or caping knife, and your skinning knife in one sheath.
For fixed-blade knives, Saf-T-Sheaths are designed to help prevent the knife's handle being pushed into the wearer's lower back during falls from horseback, motorcycles or ATVs, or stumbling. The sheath also pushes the handle away from the body when sitting in chairs or vehicle seats.
No knife too big! This sheath was made Nov. 29, 2011, for the buyer's knife, which had been made for him by his father many years ago.
This pouch was made for a mariner's knife which includes a blade and a marlin spike.