I cut a black plastic CD case with a pair of metal shears and used a Bic liter to heat the bend points trimmed a little and thats about it
I must be a weirdo for sure I love that sheath. I use it all the time with my ST300.
I hope that Juli sees this. I have always had respect for Leatherman sheaths. The newer Blast, Fuse, Kick leather sheaths were a bit of a downgrade, but they were at least serviceable. This new sheath that is pictured in this thread made me be embarrassed to own over forty Leathermans. It may be the biggest mistake that they have made as a company. IMHO, they need to find a better replacement fast. Am I wrong?
Juli knows of this sleeve design......and I've already E-mailed Leatherman about it......
I started with a black plastic design then I went to a Tupperware plastic I find it more durable then the black plastic as it has a bit of give without it cracking and if you work in the colder climates it wont become hard........I'm glad you guys like the design ... as Xelkos says it wont mess with the warranty so if it keeps a good looking sheath from just being good looking and bring it to being good working then it was worth doingThanx Xelkosfor posting my design here
It's not so much that part that bothers me but more so the fact that I'm afraid to lose the flashlight and bit extenders I have in those side pieces.
One of these came with my Surge and IMO it isn't too bad. My Surge is completely immobile, absolutely no chance of falling out. The side pockets even hold a AAA Mag Lite and a LM Micra too. My only problem is some of the stitching on the nylon is fraying already.
Quote from: myuusmeow on July 20, 2011, 09:51:29 AMOne of these came with my Surge and IMO it isn't too bad. My Surge is completely immobile, absolutely no chance of falling out. The side pockets even hold a AAA Mag Lite and a LM Micra too. My only problem is some of the stitching on the nylon is fraying already.Seems like you Surge is a nice fit in the sheath, good job on the Mag and Micra in the side pockets. I wish they had bottoms so the tools in those pockets don't fall out.