Tool Roll Color Guide

I make sewn things!

This web page supports my etsy site where I make and sell tool rolls and things for bicycles. It’s my own design and they are customizable to a certain extent.
If you want special colors or pocket sizes, then I can do it. I love custom cool color combos and this page will give you inspiration. If you don’t see a particular thing here, then I can probably get it for you.
I also have a couple of tube top designs that I have made a few of now.

Click the buttons or keep scrolling down for to different products! 👇

Camo Strap option available

NEW : I have some really nice straps for custom jobs. Normally I use a military grade black strap on a B-Roll but this multi camo is pretty rad looking . I used it on an olive / black combo below.

XPac V07 Grey

The XPac material is half the weight of 1000d Cordura. Because its a 3 layer laminate, it has a more crinkley feel and is a little stiffer in the hand. It has really good waterproofing specs and maybe a hair less durable than Cordura 1000d but It makes a good tool roll and feels durable.
I used teh same ripstop on the inside for the pockets and a polyester 1″ grosgrain for the binding.

Purple Cyan

Introducing the new B Roll XL

Need something a little larger than the regular B-Roll ? need to carry a larger tube? more stuff? I got you… take a look at the B-Roll XL, increased in width (and ever so slightly in height) size to carry a larger tube or whatever gubbins you want to get in there.
Flat / rolled out dimensions are 310mm x 160 (12 x 6.3″)

Pink and Purple – shown on a Ti bike

A recent Neon pink and Purple polyester trim shown on a Titanium bike, close up shots coming soon.

Black and Pink

Stealth Black

Olive and orange

Purple, Red and Digi Camo Strap

Charcoal Grey and Gold

Wine and Bubblegum

Olive, Camo and Moss

Light Grey and Gold

Wine and Antwerp flap

Pink and Purple tool roll

Moss and Charcoal Grey

Orange, Red Trim Grey Flap

Olive & Orange

Grey with Orange

Grey with Pink Flash


Purple and Cyan trim
Charcoal Grey and Black trim
Neon Pink and Purple trim
Transparent pockets (clear materials has a little stretch but wont rip)

Neon Pink and Black

Black and Wine

(P) Pocket Roll

designed to pop in your pocket, regardless of the bike you choose.

PocketRoll in Orange with Purple trim
PocketRoll – Orange with Cyan trim
PocketRoll – Ocean Blue with Purple trim

The color palettes


Main Body: Cordura 1000D

Pockets: Ripstop pockets or pvc transparent
Trim: nylon (black / grey) or polyester (other colours)

Top Tubes

I make these funky top tube pads, can be for looks and protection when you lock your bike up. They fit a variety size of tubes and are adjustable. I can make them in any colour combination.

Funky Top Tube Pad

Design Talk

What is Version 10?

I recently made a few modifications to version 9. Some people have troubles rolling the product and keeping it in a nice package while rolling. I improved the design with a small velcro tab to help keep things in place. Its these small changes. I can apply this on the regular B-Roll or the XL B-Roll.

Whats up with version 9?

You might be asking whats with this new design of tool roll? answer -I made three largish improvements from an older design to get tov9.
Firstly. I trimmed the ear on the left hand side, I did this so so when you wrap it up on your bike it looks neater and there is no floppy ear, which can sometimes occur depending on the contents.

Secondly. I stitched the left hand side near the trimmed ear. This does a couple of things. It makes that pocket more secure & enclosed so there is less chance of anything falling out, and it also acts like a natural spring to close the rest of the flap.

Thirdly. Because the flap now held itself, I got rid of the velcro and the loop. This made for a cleaner look .

All in all. I these are improvements with a little compromise of usability, as the third pocket is slightly harder to get into but I think its worth it.


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