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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 […]
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