Beta Chalk Chalk Ball


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Beta Designs Chalk Ball.

Gym, rock climbing and cross fit essential! And we mean it! If you do not already use chalk, it will undoubtedly improve your grade. Simply apply to your hands and it will reduce the amount your hands will sweat and so you get a better grip. Amazing, something so simple and cheap can make all the difference! Put this in a chalk bag (get one from our website) and simply attach the chalk bag around your waist with a waist belt (included with chalk bag) then you can use the chalk at any time when you are on the wall!

**Block chalk is what is in a chalk ball, but the chalk ball has been tied up in a ball, and the block chalk hasn't been broken down- complicated isn't it? Most centres do not allow the use of bloc chalk as it gets in people's throats!


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