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Granite Design’s Quiver Tool Roll Stores, Stashes, and Straps Anywhere

the granite design tool roll strapped underneath a saddleThe Granite Design Quiver Tool Roll. All photos c. Granite Design
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If you’ve ever rooted through a seatpost bag for that one little necessary tool, only to finally pluck it out with cold-numbed fingers and then drop it into a pile of leaves, listen up — Granite Design might have a solution for you.

The company’s new Quiver Tool Roll is a — you guessed it — roll-up seatpost bag with enough storage and organization to pack a multitool, spare tube, and whatever tools you can’t fit elsewhere. And the Quiver is a seatpost bag in name only: you can strap it just about anywhere on a bike where there’s a tube.

Granite Design made its name with the Stash System: a storage device that allows riders to stow a ratchet wrench or multi-tool in the steerer tube instead of taking up space elsewhere on the frame. But not every needed gizmo is svelte enough to slide into a steerer tube.

Granite Design made the Quiver Tool Roll to pick up the slack.

Three pockets, one with a zipper.

“We wanted a solution for carrying those little extras without filling our pockets or needing a pack. The Quiver looks after your essentials and is attached with our easy-to-use ratchet dial. The dial tightens and secures the roll and its contents to the saddle rails or anywhere on the bike that can strap the Quiver on snugly,” the company wrote in a press release.

The Quiver Tool Roll straps pretty much anywhere you want it to go.

According to Granite Design, the Quiver Tool Roll is dropper-post friendly and easily swaps between all the rigs in your arsenal. And for those post-ride brewskis? A zipper pouch with room for a credit card, a few bills, and some loose change. There are two other compartments besides the zipper pouch, and the whole thing is made of “splash proof” fabric.

Sounds like a decent amount of utility for $36.99. Check it out for yourself over at Granite Design.


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Roger Pedacter
Roger Pedacter
9 months ago

Looks just like the Silca Asymetrico with the Boa and fabric mix.

9 months ago
Reply to  Roger Pedacter

I had both of the larger asymmetric Silca roll type bags repeatedly flip over and dump contents multiple times. I like how this one has a more centered strap.

Rad Anzulovic
9 months ago
Reply to  Patrick

Yes! I loved the design of the Silca until I used it. The bag flipped out of the strap so many times. I used it for three rides, trying the strap more rearward and more forward. After too many failures and one time riding back up the trail to pick up tools, I took it off, never to use it again.

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