Bond Travel Gear Tool Roll

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Gear

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Few individuals understand form and function like those of the US Armed Forces. It’s why we’re so attracted to this highly durable tool roll developed by a US Army veteran for civilian purposes.

Aptly dubbed the Tool Roll, this classic piece has been updated to transport modern tools with ease. From bike commuters to designers to artists to traditional handymen, there’s no job too big for this handy piece of DIY equipment. On top of its universal functionality, each roll features a “no slip” silicone-backed elastic to hold items in place, an aircraft-grade aluminum hook to keep things locked, a tough water and abrasion-resistant nylon composition, a YKK zipper, and a lifetime warranty for good measure. Available now in both black & coyote brown colorways.

Purchase: $34

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