This is now my knife, so I needed to be able to carry it with me easily when going walkabout. It's a big blade, and I didn't want to try belt carry with it (yet). I wanted to be able to take it on and off quickly and easily. I had in mind when I built the sheath that I'd use some kind of shoulder sling. This is what I ended up putting together: a variation of the shoulder sling I build for my tomahawks.
I'm a lefty, and I set it up for a cross draw, up fairly high.
From the front:
From the back (against the body):
A closer look at the quick-detach double-adjustable sling.
I did a fair amount of walking around with it today, up hill and down, and found that it was out of my way, didn't flop around, and didn't interfere with my movements. I didn't do any gymnastics, but basic hiking and moving around it worked quite nicely.
Drawing the blade:
Plenty of real estate to add pouches for fire/survival kits and paracord should I feel the desire to later on down the road.