Finding the right bag that’ll hold the tools you need is getting easier as manufacturers release more options. No longer confined to the typical oversized, saggy saddle bag, tool wraps offer a cleaner, more compact way to carry your flat kit.
Jet Roll Super Sabre 2.0:
New from Jet Roll is the Super Sabre 2.0 (seen in header & above). It’s updated with the same elastic and lightweight materials found in their Phantom roll. This helps the roll compress the items into a tight bundle and squeeze closer to the seat. Two large buttons secure the roll closed while a strap restrains it to the seat rails. The $60 roll holds a tube, tire levers, two Co2 cartridges and head, patch kit and micro-multitool. It’s available in two colors (silver and blue) with your choice of a black or grey strap.
Jet Roll Aardvark 2.0:
For mountain bikers, gravel riders, or anyone looking to haul a bit more under their seat, Jet Roll’s Aardvark 2.0 may be the solution. It features synthetic leather that’s adjustable with three button holes – for two buttons – and a pump loop. It’s sized to fit two 700×23-25mm road bike tubes or one 29er tube, a multitool, tire levers, and a handpump or Co2 with 2 cartridges. At $70 the Aardvark 2.0 comes in three colors and includes compression straps.
Speedsleev Ranger S:
After success with their Ranger saddle bag, Speedsleev is raising funds for their new Ranger S. It compresses a small multi-tool, two Co2 cartridges and head, two tire levers, a road tube and card or cash into a 2.75″x4″x3.5″ pouch. Similar to the original Ranger, the new pouch is secured with a robust velcro strap around the seat rails. The waterproof bag/wrap is currently available on Kickstarter starting at the $20 pledge and is only available in black.