Oregon-based Makeshifter Canvas Works just updated their Temaki Tool Roll with a slick drawstring closure, slightly smaller size, and a lower price tag! Check it out here…

The Temaki Tool Roll is handmade by Becky at Makeshifter Canvas Works in Portland, Oregon. And just like the rest of the lineup, the Temaki Tool Roll is attractive and durable. It can be used to carry your repair kit, art supplies, or camp kitchen supplies. Moving forward, the roll won’t be made with wool and is instead made entirely from 12 oz waxed canvas. In turn, the simplified design has resulted in a price decrease, which is always great to see. The latest version is slightly smaller, resulting in a less bulky roll, and you have the option of adding an optional Voile strap for strapping it under your saddle or to your bike.

Makeshifter Temaki Tool Roll
  • Makeshifter Temaki Tool Roll
  • Makeshifter Temaki Tool Roll

The Temaki Tool Roll has eight inner pockets in varying sizes, a small zippered pocket for items like extra bolts or master links, and now uses a simple drawcord closure to cinch everything down when rolled. It’s offered in three classy colorways: Surf, Subalpine, and Peacock. The latter is new for this season.

  • Dimensions: 6.5” wide, 11” long + 3” fold-out pocket
  • Material: 12 oz waxed canvas, triple-filtered beeswax
  • Place of Manufacture: Oregon, USA
  • Price: $52 USD
  • Manufacturer’s Details: MakeshifterCanvasWorks.com

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