Road Runner's Tool/Saddle Roll is perfect for keeping it super minimal and not having to worry about ending up stranded. Unlike some other saddle bags or tool rolls that quickly bulk up and flop around, this one stays relatively slim and compact under your saddle.
You could fit a bunch of combinations of loose allen keys, multi tools, tire boots, tire levers, plugs, toobz, patches, or snacks even.
Will fit two road or "gravel" sized toobz or one mountain bike toob.
This tool roll will pair well with any bike you could imagine.
Made in Los Angeles California
Materials Used- Made of 1000D Cordura Brand fabric with a nylon webbing strap and YKK buckle.
Colors- Black, Burgundy, Grey, Navy, Olive, Rust
Completely Open: 12" W x 9" H
Snapped Closed: 10" W x 5.5" H
Inside Pocket: 4.75" W
Here are some install instructions from Roadrunner:
1. Squeeze the air out of that tube and roll it tight! Make sure you do not damage the tube with the valve stem as they tend to be sharp!
2. Simply load your tube and tools and place it in the center pocket & secure the flap down with the snap.
3. Tighten the buckle strap around the roll. Tighten the strap as much as possible (be sure to use the adjuster tri-glide to secure the excess webbing). Buckle the Tool Roll closed off the bike.
4. Disengage the buckle and string it through the saddle rails. Feed the male buckle through the left saddle rail and the female buckle through the right saddle rail. Wrap the straps around the Tool Roll and buckle together. You will find that the webbing may be tight and the buckle may be difficult to install but not to worry, that is all part of the process.
5.Double check that the buckle is securely closed. Buckle may appear to be closed with a single click; but if there's an 1/8 inch space at the closing points of the buckles, it is not securely closed. Make sure the closing points of the buckles are completely touching. Double check the buckle before riding.
If installed correctly there would be no sway or sag of the roll. It should be tight up against the saddle rails and the contents should be secured.