Brooks started as a saddle maker, but quickly started making cycling bags, too. Early Brooks catalogs show simple leather bags. Those bags are actually quite similar to the current Scape line: simple designs, minimal places for failure or water egress. The fabric is high tech without looking like it’s from a bad sci fi movie. Looks like minimally waxed canvas, but that natural looking exterior is hiding a waterproof membrane that’s bonded to the outer material. The Scape bags are tough but don’t look macho or over built. The Scape Roll isn’t revolutionary, but it has nice features, like a double row of daisy chains for strapping extra stuff to the outside of the bag. Brooks has set it up so you can use the Handlebar Pouch or the Saddle pocket bag from the Scape line up as accessory bags mounted on the Handlebar Roll. We recommend combining the Handlebar Roll with the Handlebar Pouch for max carrying capacity. Works with drop bars or flat bars. Aluminum buckles, so no broken plastic buckles to worry about. Made by Ortlieb for Brooks. 9-11 liters of capacity. About 1.5 lbs.