Medieval Military Pouch
The Medieval Military pouch features a wood buttoned belt loop for easy removal, you can take off your pouch without taking off your belt! The front flap closes using a period style double oval buckle shown in the Museum of London's Dress Accessories book. It has one main compartment and two baglets on the front. The belt loop also forms a open pocket in the back to put a knife with sheath so that the handle is accessible.
The Medieval Military Pouch is very similar to those detailed by the Museum of London's Dress Accessories - Medieval Finds From Excavations in London, as one of the types of leather purse with flaps. It is based on photos from The Medieval Soldier, by Embelton & Howe.
The body of the pouch measures 9 inches wide at the bottom 5 inches wide at the top, 8 inches high (not including belt loop), will accommodate a full checkbook and more, and fits on a 2 1/2 inch belt.
Colors of brown can vary, depending on leather availability.