Something like thishttps://www.ebay.com/itm/Maxpedition-AGR-DES-Double-Sheath-for-Knives-Multitools-and-More-DESBLK/362598774642?hash=item546c923772:g:JgwAAOSw4uhcnNfa
For one tool, bit set/adapter, and AA/AAA flashlight, I use the stock LM sheaths or the LM MOLLE XL (which not only fits on a belt just fine, but has more pockets, and is better quality than stock). https://www.leatherman.com/realtree-camo-sheath-4-5-618.htmlhttps://www.leatherman.com/xl-molle-sheath-black-316.htmlTool, flashlight (AA/AAA again), bit set/adapter, and a knife/other tool, as well as pliers and other stuff--Gerber CustomFit Quad. I have an entire compact toolkit built around one of these. But, they are so expensive for a factory sheath (mine was $20 used), just get a Skinth made up. But, it is incredibly heavy on a belt fully loaded down, so I don't recommend that much stuff on your belt. https://www.gerbergear.com/en-us/shop/equipment/all-equipment/customfit-quad-sheath-30-001225
Thanks! How’s the weight on it carrying both tools?
I have used a double mag pouch for Super Tool 300 and Flash light or another knife. It distributes the weight over a wider area so it is quite comfortable if you don't mind belt carry anyway, but two single pouches would do just as well. I've also used a small cell phone pouch made when phones were a lot smaller (flip phone sized) and achieved good results. A pouch made to hold a pack of cigarettes and a lighter is about the same size and they still sell those in most convenience stores. If you prefer pocket carry You can buy or make a leather pocket sheath that will hold everything you want to put in it.