Fatty too big? Roll a Pinner! The quantity of tools you’d take for a day ride on a dirt bike is going to be a lot less than you’d take around the world. The pinner fits in pockets, tank bags, and MOLLE Pouches. It’s a perfect home for the OEM tool kit you got with your bike, plus the other tools and odds & ends you’ve acquired over time.
Speaking of tools, you can now order your Pinner pre-rolled with the exclusive Mosko blend of CruzTOOLS. Okay, everyone’s style is a little different, so we don’t actually load the roll for you, but this combo makes the perfect foundation for your custom ADV repair kit. CruzTOOLS has been crafting powersports-specific handtools for over 20 years, and they come with a lifetime warranty. It's the same set of tools we sell with the Fatty. What else can we say?
When we first investigated tool storage solutions several years ago, we were initially turned off by the ‘roll,’ even though we were all using them. A tool roll seems so old-school, like something a cowboy would've carried, or a biker gang in the 50s. Surely there's a better, more modern way?
With more research though, we came around. There’s a reason why tool rolls persist. The beauty of a roll versus, say, a bag or box, is that it naturally expands and contracts based on how much stuff is in it, and it conforms to a wide variety of tool shapes and sizes, while still rolling into a tidy package that fits in a stash-spot or external pocket.
With tool rolls, we felt there’d been a ‘race to the bottom’ on price-point and features. There are so many tool rolls already on the market, all with very similar features, and all at the lowest possible prices. Many OEMs even ship a tool roll for free with every bike. So we went a different direction in designing the Fatty and Pinner. We cut zero corners on materials and features, and we hope we created the most awesome tool roll you'll ever own.
Is there another waterproof tool roll out there? If so, we haven't seen it. The Fatty & Pinner come with highly abrasion-proof, welded-seam, waterproof rain covers. Tools are heavy and hard, and they press and vibrate against everything they touch, so the rain cover's gotta' be tough. This one is tough as nails, and it doubles as a trailside parts tray. If you’re riding in the desert and don’t need the raincover, no problem: reduce bulk by leaving the raincover at home and taking only the tool roll itself.
Sliding the roll out of the raincover, you’ll see lots of tool storage pockets, with webbing straps to hold everything. Unlike traditional tool rolls, however, there’s also a large Velcro flap that traps your tools in place, so your tiniest hex key won’t escape somewhere out in the woods. Inside the flap there’s a zippered mesh pocket for tube patches and tire repair.
What about those bulky tools that never fit? Things like vice grips and open-ended wrenches? We added two large zipper pockets to accommodate these, plus spark plugs, JB Weld, sockets, Loctite, and all those other things which you always need but can't find, because they’re somewhere in the bottom of your bag.
There’s a webbing belt on the outside that easily transfers from the outside of the rain cover to the outside of the roll itself, depending on where you want it. There’s also a handle on top, so you can easily pull the Pinner from an external pocket or MOLLE pouch.
Still haven’t assembled your kit? We did the homework for you, by hand-picking a custom set from CruzTOOLS, and adding a few of our favorite essentials. We threw in things like three sizes of UV-stabile Ty-Rap® zip ties, J-B KwikWeld, and a special container to protect it from making a mess. Simply pluck a couple of model-specific items from your bike’s OEM toolkit (like axle and spark plug wrenches), roll everything up in your Pinner, and forget ever having to borrow tools from your buddies again.
SO.. I bought both the pinner and the fatty. Thes sizing on them is just a little awkward for me. I was hoping that I would use the pinner for daytrips and the fatty for overnights/trips. In reality, the fatty is probably more of a car roll or for "I'm leaving on a trip, be back in a year" (for me). And the pinner will be perfect for overnights/trips. What is clear is that both are absolutely bombproof in build quality and well thought out in execution. I can't rave enough about the thoughtfulness that Mosko puts into their products. The only thing I could ask for is one that's slightly smaller.. a good one for trail day riding. just the essentials, no tire irons (carry separate). Right now I'm using a sweet clear but burly bag from upshift. BUT... Mosko could make a smaller bag and call it..... wait... the "One hitter". Oh man, I'm so funny, but seriously.. you should call it that..
I've been a fan of Mosko for a while, running their saddlebags on my F800GS for a couple of years now. I have the full Fatty tool roll and like it, but when I saw the smaller Pinner roll I knew it would be perfect for day or weekend rides. It's now securely and neatly lashed to my tail-rack. ;)
I would have liked to purchase the tool kit sized for the Pinner roll, but it was out of stock at the time so I just transferred most of the Fatty tools over - I was able to fit an astonishing amount of tools. As expected, the design is well thought out and the build quality is superb. Keep up the good work Mosko Team!
The Pinner tool roll and cover provide all the storage I need for tools, spares and a Scooby snack when I ride my street legal dirt bike on day long adventures. I strap the toll roll in its cover to my rear fender and don’t think about it again unless I need it. Just wish it were a USA made product, which it is not.
Thanks Moskomoto for a great product!
I recently purchased the 30L duffel and the pinner roll. Both products are of very high quality materials and very well designed. You get very high quality product at a competitive price. I would most definitely recommenced Mosko Products and look forward to purchasing more of their products in the future.
Excellent fit and finish. Weatherproof bag provided with tool roll. Fast delivery. If anything....may be too big for the dirt biker but better for adventure rider. Check what you want to pack, size of pack, and where you will put it. Overall...very good!