The Fightworthy TDI Sheath uses precision thermoformed kydex to deliver a secure sheath with a consistent draw and easy insertion. Replacing the bulky factory sheath, the Fightworthy Sheath allows for variable carry angles (including horizontal), sufficient grip clearance for gloved hands, and a slim profile which conceals under plain clothes or behind mags, radios, and other gear on a duty belt.
This ambidextrous sheath comes with two soft loops and is compatible with a variety of aftermarket carry attachments including UltiClip, Pocket Shield, and most IWB holster hardware.
As of July 2018, we’ve made some small, but significant, changes to the sheath. Over the past 5 years of making one of the leading aftermarket replacement sheaths for the TDI knife, we’ve encountered and tracked small variations in the manufacturing tolerances of the knives. To ensure the best fit between batches of sheaths and batches of knives, we’ve added the ability for users to fine-tune the retention of their TDI sheath. Using two independent sliders, you can adjust the clamping tension of the sheath to fit your specific knife and ensure long term consistent retention and adjust for wear and tear of the sheath over years of use. Move the adjusters toward the top of the sheath to increase retention or move them towards the bottom to decrease. You can also move them independently to fine tune the retention to match your specific knife.
Combo comes with plain edge TDI
Fits Standard Size Ka-Bar TDI models 1477, 1480, and 1481.
The Fightworthy Sheath features a tidy low profile, two polymer-coated nylon pull the dot IWB loops, bomb-proof construction, and increased retention and grip clearance compared to the stock TDI sheath. Available in black only and precision cut from .080 thickness Boltaron, the sheath is ambidextrous and can be configured and adjusted to your preferred method of carry. Position the belt loops to adjust cant angle, right or left handed carry, blade orientation, or remove the loops entirely to carry the TDI as a neck-knife, attached to other gear, or even worn on a key-chain. The possibilities are virtually endless.