DMM Trad Chalk Bag

 

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Chalk Bag.

2012/13 DMM Trad Bag is DMM's biggest routing chalk bag designed for climbers with big hands, for long routes and those who like to chalk up to the wrist. The stiffened opening shared with the Traction Chalk Bag keeps it open whenever you need it and helps guide your hand in to its capacoeous maw. It is supplied with 6mm climbing cord as a waist belt for when it all gets a bit much and it’s time to flee. Shame its not quite big enough to wear as a hat as the sumptuous fleece pile lining would be lovely on a cold retreat.

2011/12 DMM Trad Bag lacks chalk bag belt/cord and is limited to what we have left in stock. Lined with a chalkproof membrane keeping the chalk from leaking out, this version also features a soft inner liner and wide mouth, allowing even the biggest hands to get chalked up quickly. Assortment of colours.

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