While not a tool pouch, the Manhattan Portage coin purse looks to be well sized for holding smaller tools and accessories.
For instance, you can fill it up with some bits, toss it in a tool bag or pouch, and quickly dig it back out when needed.
You can also of course use it to store keys, coins, ID or credit cards, or other such everyday items.
It’s available in many different colors, plus a camo pattern.
The Manhattan Portage coin purse is made from 1000D Cordura fabric and is said to be water resistant. There’s a zippered closure and a loop for attaching a small carabiner or keychain.
It measures 4″ wide x 2.75″ tall x 0.8″ deep.
For those of you cringing at the idea of using a coin purse, you can tell people it’s an “zippered EDC pocket pouch.”
I’ve used Manhattan Portage products before (mainly pencil cases), and they’re decently made. I just learned about their smaller pouches today, and am likely to order one myself, as soon as I can pick a color.
The price seems a tad high to me, but I couldn’t quickly find anything similar for appreciably less – at least not from known brands I’d trust.