Graev is a collector of 3DS carrying cases, protectors, bags, and all sorts of devices of this sort. In fact, I think he collects things like this for every device, including his Switch. So naturally when we saw the Zelda Adventurer's Pouch he had to get it.
The case has plenty of room to store any version of the 3DS, including the New 3DS and the XL. In fact, you can even fit a New 3DS AND another system like the PS Vita or even a Nintendo Switch (sans joycons) in there at the same time.
It comes with two stylus (Master sword and Hylian Shield), and a cleaning cloth/sticker map of Hyrule.
The case itself has a belt loop and a metal ring for you to either attach to your belt or loop through a strap of another bag. The belt loop snaps nicely.
The material is faux leather. The inside of the pouch has a soft fuzzy feel. The overall construction of the pouch is sturdy and feels put together well.
However, it is worth noting that this will only provide minimal protection for the device inside. There isn't any padding beyond what the leather'ish exterior provides.
We wish there were more game slots. The pouch only comes with two of them, which really isn't enough when traveling or wanting to take this on the go. The game slots are also a precarious position. The pouch flap comes down over them and the stylus, however any major jostling and those games may just come right out.
Overall, if you're a Zelda fan and a 3DS carrying case collector like Graev, this is definitely worth the $12.99 on Amazon (currently on sale down from $20.)