Leather Belt Bag with Brass Button


  • Made in the USA
  • Brass Buttoned Closure
  • Genuine Leather
This genuine leather bet bag design comes right out of 18th Century journals. It is a Trekkers best friend, and is the perfect size for fitting most anything you will need close at hand while on the trail. Perfect for gun accessories, compass, flint and steel, you name it!. Closed, the bag is about 5 1/2" tall and 8" wide. Open, this bag is about 10 1/4" tall and 8" wide.  Bag tapers down to about 5" across at the very bottom. Fits a belt width of up to 2-3/4 ".  Latch the flap shut with the 1" domed brass button.

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Item # LB-712
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Colonial Fanny pack

Seriously this is a small pouch that you can fit on your belt . I think most people would carry stuff openly in a larger pouch or a haversack-many of which can be found at Townsend's. This is a bit more covert.

You can use it to hold a phone you don't want banging around in a haversack but I think it will find more use to re-enactors who don't have pockets in the coats. It's small enough you can slide it on a waist belt, UNDER, your regimental coat. It slides out of sight of sharp eyed NCO's and you can keep things like spare flints or musket tool there so they can be gotten quickly when needed with little fumbling.

You might even use it to carry extra ammo if you're in a real powder burner like Germantown.