Super ergonomic chalk bag by Mammut, ideal for small to medium hands
Size:Os - One Size
Colour: Blue / black / grey
Product ID: 215674 2290-00771-50118 7613357426510
The Rider Chalk Bag is a super ergonomic chalk bag by Mammut which is cut in a way that will lie nicely against your body whilst retaining all the chalk you need for multiple climbing sessions.
The Rider chalk bag comes with a zip compartment, super practical for keeping your keys or loose change close while you climb.
The waist belt is fully adjustable and closes with a quick release buckle - great for bouldering when you have no harness to clip your bag onto.
A second attachment point can be found behind the bag, a toggle allows it to be connected effortlessly to your harness with the help of a carabiner.
The inner lining is made of thick fleece and the bag offers a tight drawstring closure.
Durable and uber lightweight
Soft Fleece Inner - traps your chalk and feels lovely on your hands
Drawstring Closure - keeps all your chalk inside
Discrete Boulder Brush Holder - keep your brush handy
Waist Belt With Clip - keeps your bag securely attached to you
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The materials and finish on this chalk bag are good and it looks the business which is a good start however when I've used it I will point out several considerations. I'm comparing it to a dmm bag that my climbing buddy uses which is cheaper. Firstly the mammut lacks an easily removeable waist strap. It's a hell of a fight to get on and off if you want to switch from strap to caribina between bouldering and climbing. Secondly the waist strap just dangles annoyingly around while you are climbing there is noting to connect the excess strap to the part around your waist and that is irritating. My buddys has a little loop that the strap sticks into once you've adjusted it and keeps it secure. Thirdly and most importantly it just isn't really big enough to get your whole hand in easily. Its awkward... I dont have massive hands they are normal size though I think this would be better suited to a child or a small person or a lady because the last thing I want to be doing when climbing up a wall is fumbling to get some chalk onto my hands when this should be an easy thing to do. All in all looks good but dissapointed on the technical aspects you would expect a well known climbing and outdoor brand should be getting right couldn't recommend this.