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C. Risner Cutlery Logo Leather Knife Slip Extra Small - Buck Brown

Top/Bottom Length: 4.00". 

Seam/Seam Width Length: 1.50". 

Slip material: Vegetable tanned leather. 

Leather Color: Buck Brown. 

Stitching Color: Brown.

Access: Easy cut access. 

Over the last few years I have had the pleasure of working with a leather maker/designer in Oregon. These slips are perfect in every way. The leather is a vegetable tanned leather which won`t hold moisture and does not contain any harmful chemicals. Therefor, the knives will be protected from corrosion or damage. Overtime, the leather will stretch to fit any knife. With this knife slip, you can either squeeze or push to have the knife ready for use!

Using an exclusive blend of waxes, oils and tallows, the leather company hot stuff these leathers to bring out their inherent beauty. Through a traditional process called jack glazing, oils are brought to the surface to create a glossy finish that never mask the leather’s natural grain. As a result, Traditional Harness leather is ideal for equestrian gear, yet, when split to a lower weight, it’s equally suitable for leather goods.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
John G.

C. Risner Cutlery Logo Leather Knife Slip Extra Small

Knife slip

These are some of great knife slips. Extra small in this case for a smaller-frame knives. Leather is thick, stitching is robust, they look great, they retain knives but release them when you squeeze on the sides. Does exactly what a knife slip should do.

Leather slip for my GEC’s

Awesome slip! Fits a little snug with a GEC 47, 12 , and a 86 clip point. Leather is great quality and smells nice! I’d buy another and definitely recommend this. For the bigger patterns (73x2, or 86x2) I’d go with maybe the larger size.

Marco S.

C. Risner Cutlery Logo Leather Knife Slip Extra Small

Colin R.
Perfect little slip

Couldn't be happier with this slip. Works great for my smallest knives (GEC 19, small Old Timer whittler/stockman, etc.). The quality of the leather was immediately apparent and it's already softening up and forming a great little pocket for the knives.