Deuter Gravity Chalkbag II Medium


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Deuter Gravity Chalkbag II

Another high quality product from Deuter, this time for climbers! Using some of Deuter's toughest materials, this chalk bag will help you up the toughest of climbs for years to come. It comes with ergonomic features such as a side zip and a stiffened edge and opening to make chalking up that little bit easier.

  • Non-woven lining
  • Low-mounted fastener with two loops prevents the bag from swinging
  • Side zip for practical use
  • Soft fabric with stiffened edge and opening for comfortable handling
  • Stiffened brush loop
  • Additional waist belt strap for fastening with a robust metal hook
  • Material: Duratex Bright / MacroLite 210


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