Small Tool Roll

Waxed Canvas
Repurposed Denim

Portable Tool Roll Hand-Cut and Sewn from Hide & Drink's Waxed Canvas

Rustic Hand-Hammered Metal Rivets and Hand-Cut Belt for Easy Open and Close

6 Tool Slots

Carry Screwdrivers, Chisels, and Other Hand Tools

Simple and Functional Design, Makes A Great Gift for Craftsmen and Women



When Unrolled

Length: 13.9 Inches

Height: 14.5 Inches

Width: 0.2 Inches

When Rolled

Length: 7.5 Inches

Height: From 4 to 8.5 Inches

Width: 6.5 Inches

Materials: Waterproof Waxed Canvas, Full Grain Leather, Rustic Brass Hardware


Cleaning the tool roll is a simple as wiping it with a damp cloth. Oil and grease spills will require repeated cleaning with degreasing agent and lukewarm water.


This canvas all purpose kit with rustic accents is meant to be passed on to future generations.

This Waxed Canvas Tool Roll is classy, unassuming and looks good. Easy to use, and easy to carry, this is the perfect addition for all mechanics and DIY enthusiasts. With 6 pouches, you can store all of your trusty tools, and it's waterproof and simple to clean up. Once you're finished, it's easy to roll up and pack away. 

One of the more iconic tools out there, the Monkey Wrench, dates back as far as 1841, patented by the Coes family. It was erroneously claimed that the famous boxer Jack Jones was the inventor of the wrench while in prison, when in fact he was only credited with the patent of some improvements to the existing wrench. Your own Monkey Wrench should be given the respect it deserves with this Waxed Canvas Tool & Cord Bag as its home. 

Waxed canvas is an ancient material, one of the oldest, in fact, and is still in use nowadays. It really is exemplary of a material that is tried, tested and true over time. Originating in Scotland in the 1850's waxed canvas was created for and by seafarers and mariners, by rubbing linseed oil into the cloth. This resulted in an incredibly durable fabric that repelled water, a popular choice for the sails and clothing of the sailors who ruled the waves. Being lightweight and durable, waxed canvas became the clothing of choice for the British Navy, Army and Air force during the Second World War, an attribute no other military possessed at that time.

Fast forward to today, and the wax is no longer rubbed onto the canvas. Instead the canvas is made with the oil embedded into the fibers, which allows the material to grow old with style and grace. The use of the fabric is now world wide, and is becoming more fashionable rather than sporty, all the while retaining its rugged personality.

Our canvas comes from the highly respected supplier Lonas Segovia, the oldest canvas maker in Guatemala. The seams are sewn using bonded nylon thread with a burned and melted finish offering no loose ends during your travel.

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