Lemolo Tool Roll

Posted by David Perkins on Sunday 5 January 2014 | 2 Comments

Personally, I think that a tool roll is one of those necessary things to own. I have an old Thomson Seatpost bag rolled up with a bunch of tools inside which is either wedged under my saddle or roped to my Bonneville when I’m out on a ride. There’s a number of great tool rolls out there and each one has its own quality.

I’ve just come across the Lemolo tool roll and this is no different. It looks great and has enough room for you to carry all the essential tools you would need when you’re riding. There’s also a section in the bag to carry an extra tube, but with a bit of folding I’m sure you could fit 2 in there if needs be. With 4 main tool compartments and 7 allen key spaces, the final dimensions (unrolled) is 8×21 inches.

Lemolo Tool Roll

Handmade in Portland, Oregon, the Lemolo tool roll is made from “multiple layers of time-tested, weather resistant, waxed cotton canvas” and Hermann Oak strap leather for the straps. Accompany this with the metal hardware, the bag should last for a long time and like Lemolo say… “look better with age”. You can pick one of these rolls up for $124 direct from Lemolo and you’ve got a choice of black or tan colouring.

Lemolo Tool Roll

Lemolo Tool Roll

  • Tim Pearson

    £124 is a heck of a lot of a roll back Toppo Sell fully hand made bags for that price. Nice though just price is way to high for what it is.

  • Mark Anderson

    It does look great