Blue Ice Poff Chalkbag with Belt


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Lightweight Chalk Bag

Blue Ices'
Poff Chalk Bag has unique graphics forming an elegant design, also accompannied by performance. It is made of 420D nylon with a large stiff rim and a soft fleece lining. With brush holders on both sides of the bag it's a handy feature for both right and left-handed people. There is a third pocket for stashing keys, ID or credit card in.
Can be worn with the included belt, or attached to climbing harness with a karabiner.

  • Waist belt or karabiner attachment
  • Cord lock drawstring closure
  • Key and ID pocket
  • Dual brush holders
  • Large opening
  • Body: 420 denier nylon with DWR finish. Lining 210 denier rip-stop nylon and 400 g/m2 fleece
  • Weight: 85g
  • Made in Vietnam


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