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Outdoor Climbing Chalk-Bags Chalk-Bags Multipitch Chalk Bag Mammut
Multipitch Chalk Bag

A chalk bag with a zippered side pocket, mesh side pocket, brush carrier, and bottom carrying system for a jacket.

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Outdoor Climbing Chalk-Bags Chalk-Bags Training Chalk Bag La Sportiva
Training Chalk Bag

Large bouldering chalk bag with external pockets and a wrap closure.

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Outdoor Climbing Chalk-Bags Chalk-Bags Comfort Chalk Bag Mammut
Comfort Chalk Bag

A chalk bag that helps you climb harder! The Comfort is designed to be as comfortable to use as possible.

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Outdoor Climbing Chalk-Bags Chalk-Bags Magic Boulder Chalk Bag Mammut
Magic Boulder Chalk Bag

Boulder Chalk Bag or smaller boulder bucket where a Magic drawstring system makes it free standing or flat for storage.

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Outdoor Climbing Chalk-Bags Chalk-Bags Sender Chalk Bag Mammut
Sender Chalk Bag

Chalk Bag designed to work perfectly with the Mammut Sender Harness but works perfectly alone for routes or boulder circuits.

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Outdoor Climbing Chalk-Bags Chalk-Bags Big Chalk Bag fleece Snap
Big Chalk Bag fleece

100% recycled chalk bucket with a velcro roll-top and 2 external pockets.

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Outdoor Climbing Chalk-Bags Chalk-Bags Boulder Bag OCUN
Boulder Bag

Large volume fleece lined chalk bag / bucket for bouldering.

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Outdoor Climbing Chalk-Bags Chalk-Bags Mondo Chalkbag Black Diamond
Mondo Chalkbag

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Outdoor Climbing Chalk-Bags Chalk-Bags Boulder Chalk Bag Mammut
Boulder Chalk Bag

Large and stylish chalk bag with self closure system. Perfect for bouldering

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Outdoor Climbing Chalk-Bags Chalk-Bags Edge Boulder Chalk Bag DMM
Edge Boulder Chalk Bag

The DMM Edge Chalk Bucket is a must for bouldering walls, boulder fields and social dipping.

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Outdoor Climbing Chalk-Bags Chalk Gorilla Grip Friction Labs
Gorilla Grip

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Outdoor Climbing Chalk-Bags Chalk-Bags Cocoon Clic-Clac Beal
Cocoon Clic-Clac

Tired of tediously undoing chalk bag string? Try the patented instantaneous opening system of the cocoon clic-clac!

Chalk Bags

We stock a wide range of chalk bags, to fit all requirements, from lightweight microbags, through medium sized bags (often with extra features such as key and cash pockets and toothbrush holders) right up to large boulder bags. Everyone makes a range of chalkbags, and we've chosen the best from DMM, Beal, Ocun, Mammut, La Sportiva, Metolius, Edelrid, SNAP, Troll, Boreal and Lowe Alpine.

A chalk bag is the only piece of climbing equipment you can choose solely because it looks cool. As such, they make great gifts for beginner climbers and for pros. As Deep Water Solo fans know, you can never have too many. Troll's super furry range are guaranteed to catch attention. If you wear Sportiva stickies, you can match your shoes with their bags. Mammut's Comfort and Sender bags attatch straight to their harness, whilst being a simply bold design. Alternatively, if practicality is your thing, the Mammut Multipitch has more pockets than a snooker table (okay, maybe we exaggerate, but tell us you've ever seen a chalk bag with as many pockets!).

Alternatively, we stock a range of buckets suitable to boulderers, who prefer their chalk on the ground, and in large quantities

Some models come with a waist belt, or you can get one from prAna or Troll. If you'd prefer a clip, there are some here, or there is always the old school prussik cord option. We can't possibly list all the myriad options, so enjoy your browsing!


Chalk takes four main forms nowadays: the traditional block, chalk balls, loose chalk and liquid chalk. There's something for everyone, be it the super fine loose Unicorn Dust for an unrivalled coating of the hand, or the quick-drying Power Liquid, offering great grip without the chalky smog clouds.

Remember though, with the environment at the forefront of all our minds, that cutting down on the use of chalk in the outdoors is a good idea. It is visually detrimental to the rock and also can erode it when the alkaline chalk reacts with the rock (eg Font sandstone). Excess chalk can also effect the pH of the ground beneath a crag, having effects on the local soil and vegetation, and anyone who has breathed in a lungful of chalk at an indoor wall can see the benefits of reducing chalk use.

A good step towards this is a ball rather than loose or block chalk, because waste is reduced. Another option is Metolius EcoChalk. It's not resin either, so doesn't have those nasty side effects. A little of this goes a long way, and you can also use at it Font, where other drying agents are frowned upon.

Another step in the right direction is what we have dubbed "the refillaball"- a refillable chalk ball, reducing waste, and allowing you to top up with whatever chalk is your particular favourite. In the past, the openings on these bags have left us wanting, but Lyon's latest offering has been described by our own Big Ben as "wide as a wizard's sleeve", so should be more than sufficient.


SALE - Outdoor Research Sale

We have a number of special offers from Outdoor Research that aren't from our normal range so there is something new to get your teeth into during the bleak mid winter. It includes gloves (some heated), hats, dry bags, down jackets, waterproofs, windproofs, softshells and baselayers.
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Rab Retailer Support Program

Rab are helping support their independent retailer partners by providing customers who buy direct from Rab's website with a 5% discount off RRP and in turn they will give 25% of your order value back to your local outdoor shop just by using the code UP 01.
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Rob Smith - Offa's Dyke In One Sitting - A new unsupported FKT

I set out from the official start (or end) of the Offa’s Dyke National Trail in Prestatyn with the intention of running (jogging, hiking and a lot of hobbling) – the 177 miles to the other end of the trail at Sedbury Cliffs, just outside Chepstow. I did finally get there, just over 3 days later, setting what is, for now, a fastest known time for a self-supported completion of the trail.
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