- Sissy Bar Bags
- Tool Bags
- Trunk, Travel & Roll Bags
- Windshield Bags
- Easy Brackets
- Dual strap mounting.
- Easy access with quick release buckles.
- Choose brown or black.
- Dimensions: Small 5" x 10" x 5"
- Large 5" x 12" x 5"
- Proudly made in the USA.
The Round Tool Bag is a round tool bag for narrow front ends. The Small Round Tool Bag measures 5 x 10 x 5 and the Large Round Tool Bag measures 5 x 12 x 5. The bag opens and closes with quick release buckles. These tool bags can be attached to the forks, handle bars or down by the motor mounts. All straps are supplied with the bag.
Round Tool Bag - Brown
Posted by Réal Ouellet on Jul 24th 2015
I just got a new bike last month but I found it very plain and bare and the throw over bags from my old bike didn't fit and appeal to me so I wanted to invest in something different so for weeks I was going through different stores and sites looking for something that caught my eye. I stumbled across this site not thinking much of it, but once I went through the luggage section I was blown away when I saw the brown leather so I spent a couple hours just going through each product and reviews. I then came across the round tool bag and thought that would be a perfect first accessory for my bike.
I was very impressed with how soon the package came, I live east of Toronto and ordered it on a Monday night then received it that Friday morning. The actually quality of the pouch was amazing, it was very beautiful and well made and installed without an issue. I will be purchasing the matching brown swing arm bag in the near future, it makes your bike look very rich and unique.
If you live outside the US and have to pay for the shipping, you might be surprised with how much extra it'll actually cost, but once I got mine I personally believe it was worth every penny, I figured I was gonna waste more money driving around looking for something half decent than I would on shipping. Through my eyes this is a great product and was worth getting, adds a lot of character to you and your bike.
Won't need another...ever!
Posted by Yochanon on Aug 20th 2014
Made my order by phone for the 'small' black tool bag because I didn't want the 'quick-connect' things on my closeup straps as I ride all year in all weather and the plastic wouldn't have lasted long.
The nice person I talked with figured it'd probably be between two and four weeks. No problem as I said I figure I had plenty more electric fencing wire to keep my old, cheap-o deluxe, not-real-leather tool bag held together for a little while longer.
A week goes by and here's the UPS man handing me a package and inside it is my tool bag!
I took the bag out and the first thing one will notice is the thickness of the leather and how well tanned it is. This leather is *THICK* and it's *stiff*. It's exactly what I was wanting so that I don't have to worry about it sagging and turning into the shape of a walmart plastic bag. If this bag loses its shape, even after five years of being in all kinds of weather throughout the year, I'll eat the thing and take pictures of it and post them to FoxCreek to show the world.
The first thing I did, out of habit, is place it on the hood of my friends truck in the sun to get nice and hot. An hour later I slapped the Sno-seal to it thick. Thing is, like I said before...the tanning of this leather is already so good that even melted the sno-seal wouldn't soak in on the smooth-side of the leather. It also didn't get any 'softer' or easier to maneuver the leather around...it stayed just as firm as it was just out of the box.
At first look, it doesn't look like it's 10 inches and didn't look like it would hold all the tools I had in my old cheap-o tool bag, but when I started to put everything in the new bag, everything fit somehow. It's like an optical illusion.
The three straps that come with it are also so thick that the sno-seal was wasted on them also, and I won't need to worry about them stretching much, if at all.
I'd be willing to bet my bike (remember, it's literally the only transportation I own!), that this bag will last me at least a decade. If the piece of junk tool bag I got five years ago can last as long as it did (not American made, and was some off-the-shelf $25 pos), then this bag, made with attention to detail, *heavy* thread, superbly tanned thick leather and all put together in America will easily last twice or three times that.
This tool bag impressed me so much, that my next piece of leather is going to be a pair of Fox Creek saddlebags.
Thank you Fox Creek for such a superb piece of motorcycle equipment!
Posted by Cole on Jan 24th 2014
This is a great bag that I store my rain gear in. After being caught in the rain several times with my rain gear at the house, because when I left it was sunny without a cloud in the sky, I decided to keep my rain gear on the bike at all times.
Fits great on the down tubes of my Softail Custom. Never had any issues with road debris getting in and causing damage to my gear either.
Very thick and worth every cent when the rain starts coming down to have my gear with me. I would suggest getting the "Wide Round Toolbag" as I just did recently because there is just enough room for my gear.
Round Tool Bag
Posted by Tate on Jun 7th 2012
Very impressed with my new tool bag. High quality product thats looks like it came with my bike (2011 Triumph Thunderbird Storm). Fits perfectly above my headlamps. Very thick leather and high quality materials far exceeded my expectations. I will definitely buy from Fox Creek in the future. Thank you Fox Creek !!!!
Posted by Dave on May 17th 2012
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I finally broke down and bought the 12" black round tool bag after looking else where for something similar. I am glad I did. I mounted it on the seat backrest/rack on my HD RoadKing and the holes for the straps matched the backrest like it was made for it, and it looks great. The leather is very heavy and the bag is sturdy. Shipping was very very fast. I should have just bought from Fox Creek without looking around. I bought from them before and the quality of their products is outstanding. Don't hesitate just buy it, their stuff is worth every cent.
Posted by Rod Freeman on Jan 11th 2012
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I stumbled on Fox Creek Leather online, having never even heard of them before. I thought I would order a 'small' item to test out the quality of your products. I've been hunting around for a decent tool bag for the last few months and everything I've seen is either too flashy or obviously poorly made. Riding in the Pacific Northwest, your gear has to be tough.
I took a little risk and ordered a toolbag and it arrived today. I'm blown away! Its only a small piece of luggage, but is extremely well made. Very thick, heavy black leather that holds its round shape nicely. I am amazed at the quality of this thing! Its probably the most solid piece of leather work I've ever had my hands on.
I will certainly be ordering from you in the future.
Rod - Triumph Thunderbird 1600