Thor's Hammer Custom Leather

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Pricing... the "what's it gonna cost me" page.

This is your rough guide to the most frequently asked question about price.

I figure out my pricing based on two key things.  First, the material cost, and second, how long is it going to take me to make it.  It's really that simple.  

Let me give you an example...

This fancy western stamping on this holster took 2 hours from start to finish.  Just the stamping.  There was lots of measuring, 6 different stamping tools, and over 300 individual stamps.  A basket weave or dragon scale pattern... each individual weave or scale is one stamp.  That's a lot of time, but the final effect... that final look when it is completed... I think is worth the time and effort, but really, it is up to you if you want to pay for it.  

Same with two-tone colors.  It takes longer to do, and thus the price is higher, but again, the final effect is something truly stunning.


Firearm Holsters

Yaqui Holster start at $65

Open top holsters start at $135

Thumb break style holsters start at $160

Full-flap holsters start at $220

Complete Loki Rig with Open Top Holster:  $265

Complete Loki Rig with Thumb-break Holster:  $290


Loki Rig Parts:

Open top Loki Holster $150

Thumb-break Loki Holster:  $175

Complete strap set $125 (straps will not be stamped with designs)


Inlays on holsters will vary in price.  Generally stingray is $120 extra, most snake skin is $100 extra, rattlesnake is $200 extra.


Most border stamping and simple stamping is free.

Fancy Western Border, basket weave, and dragon scales: $50

Lacing:  I won't do it.  Don't ask.

Carving:  Read "lacing".

Spots:  .30 cents per spot

Two-tone color:  $15


For Western Rigs, please see that page.

Pouches, Magazine Pouches, Flashlight Holsters, and Belt Wallets

Standard open top hand sewn with spring steel pocket clip (vertical):  $60.00

Sewn loop instead of clip:  $10.00

45 degree angle with short clip:  $20.00

Flap over pouch:  add $20.00

Spare battery carrier horizontal:  add $15

Spare battery carrier vertical:  add $25

Simple Tooling (stamps and designs):  FREE

Basket weave/dragon scales:  add $15.00

Belt wallets are simply pouches with a flap for cards and money, so base price is $80 (base pouch + $20 flap)

Lined with RFID blocker:  add $20

Exotic skins:  Black stingray, White Cobra, Black/brown/tan Python add $100.

Rattle Snake:  add $150

Regular snaps are at no extra cost.  Specialty snaps are listed below.

Pull-the-Dot snap (Military one way snap), Sam Brown Post, or Magnetic closure:  $5

Two-tone color:  $15

Antiquing:  $15

I typically do not do double magazine pouches.  I will, but the cost is double a single.  I suggest two singles anyway as it gives you a lot more versatility in carrying and dealing with belt loops.

Multiple pouches.  This is a pouch that is designed to hold several various items in different places i.e. a fire steel, multitool, flashlight, pen, etc.  These are NOT fun to design and make and the price will vary wildly depending on the engineering nightmare you wish to pursue.  Can I do it?  Yes.  Do you want to pay for it?  I guess we will see.  If you think it's easy, then you make it.

Knife Sheaths

What makes a knife sheath different from a pouch?  My knife sheaths have a full leather welt the thickness of the blade all around the sheath.  I don't ever do the "fold over shitty style" sheath.  I make a sheath that matches your knife.


Knife sheaths start at $75 for up to 6 inch blades.  Every extra inch is $10.
Retention snaps are $25
Basic tooling and stamping is free.
Dragon Scales and Basket Weave are $15 for up to 6 inch blades.  $5 per inch over 6.
Thumb-break style knife sheaths can be made for knives with holes in the handles.  This is $25 extra.

Two-tone color:  $15

Messenger Bags and Cases

Please see that page for pricing.

How long is it going to take?

Generally, about a week.  I pride myself on keeping up with orders.  It is not uncommon for me to get an order and the next day have it in the mail.  How do I do that?  I don't let myself fall behind.  It's not uncommon for me to get an order at 7 at night, then go directly into the shop and make it  It's not going to get done by itself. I simply don't understand why some makers sit on an order for months.  That's lazy.  I often spend 14-16 hours in my leather shop per day.  When I'm caught up, I go out in the desert and shoot things or am casting bullets so I can go out in the desert and shoot things.  I work first, play later.  It's that simple.  It's called a work ethic and it seems to be a dying thing in this country.  Unfinished orders are a source of stress for me, and I'm too old to let myself get stressed.  My OCD is a benefit to you the customer.