Leather Possibles Pouch

(6 customer reviews)

$59.99

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Description

Leather Possibles Belt Pouch

In the days of the mountain man, a “possibles bag” or “possibles pouch” was used to carry everything that could possibly be needed for the day. These leather possibles pouches are outstanding belt pouches that carry on that tradition. Great for small items you might possibly need to keep within arms reach, quickly accessible on your belt.

This particular leather belt pouch has been the one that Joshua Enyart (The Gray Bearded Green Beret) has been using for several years now. It has been featured in a number of videos, films, and courses. It is perfect for a fire kit, which is how he uses his. There are a number of items in it, including a Hudson Bay Tobacco Box Flint and Steel Kit which fits perfectly.

The Badger Claw Possibles Belt Pouch is hand made from premium full grain oil tanned leather. Robust yet supple this pouch makes a great addition to your traditional kit.

The dual belt loops are cut from Wickett & Craig English bridle leather and attached with peened copper rivets. The top flap is secured with a white tail antler and thick leather lace.

Like all products made by Badger Claw Outfitters these are handmade in our shop here in Texas. Pouch measures 6.25″ wide by 7″ tall. Due to the handmade nature of this product sizes may vary slightly.

made in the USA

What is a possibles pouch?

In the days of the mountain man, a possibles pouch was used to carry everything that could possibly be needed for the day.

What is the pouch made out of?

The Possibles Pouch is made of high quality leather with peened copper rivets.

Are these pouches made in the USA?

Yes, these are made by hand in Texas, USA.

6 reviews for Leather Possibles Pouch

  1. Dug North (verified owner)

  2. Steven C. (verified owner)

  3. Dean O. (verified owner)

    Super quality item from a man who obviously knows that your life depends on the right equipment and the skill to use it!!

  4. Tina B. (verified owner)

    I love this bag. I placed the brass tobacco tin in it with the rest of what I need for a fire kit with room to spare. Great quality workmanship.

  5. Jason Wise (verified owner)

    These pouches are beautiful, handcrafted works of functional art. The body of the bag is a rich oil-tanned leather, the two belt loops are heavy veg-tan secured with copper saddler’s rivets, and an antler toggle and leather thong provide a secure method of closure. The body of the bag being oil-tanned means not only will it be flexible and durable but also highly, highly water resistant and provide an environment inside the pouch will help prohibit the formation of rust. The thick veg-tanned belt loops and the rivets will provide a very, very long service life. If you take care of this pouch, your grandkids will be running around with it on their belt someday.

    I use this pouch to carry a small kit that I can throw on my belt to help round out my EDC gear that is also perfectly at home being used as a small bushcrafting kit. I like having a fixed blade knife in the woods, even if just a small one for carving and minor camp tasks, and a Mora Eldris will fit in the pouch either standing up or laying on its side at the bottom. That still leaves enough room for a single Hudson Bay tin or up to two smaller tins (such as Altoids or Snus) and still have enough room left over for a lighter, a hank of cordage, and other small incidentals.

  6. Dustin (verified owner)

    This is one of my new favorite fire kit pouches. This is a very functional, well designed piece of gear.

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