When Wolf Tooth sat down to design the Travel Tool Wrap, their team came up with a long list of "must haves" that resulted in a pocket layout capable of carrying all the tools you need to build a bike. This versatile tool wrap is ideal for the race pits, traveling with your bike, or even home shop tool organization. Being able to undo a wrap and have all your tools laid out in front of you helps make repairs quick and efficient so you can get back out riding as soon as possible, and this one can be rolled up to a more compact size than most tool boxes, making it a perfect companion to enhance your mobile wrenching experience.The Travel Tool Wrap is constructed of durable ripstop nylon, with clear vinyl pockets for easily finding your small to medium sized tools, and tough Cordura pouches to securely hold longer tools. This particular wrap has an innovative top flap that can be shut in a car door for a mobile workshop, as well as a bottom flap that keeps your parts and tools out of the dirt when working on the ground. Wolf Tooth even added aluminum eyelets for hanging it up in your home or workshop, keeping all your tools easily accessible at home, yet ready to roll when it's time to go mobile.
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