prAna Chalk Bag with Belt - Men's

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Prana's Chalk Bag keeps it simple--drawcord closure, fleece-lined, that comes with a nylon flat webbing belt for added convenience, without the extra weight. PRODUCT FEATURES: Dimensions: 5.5 (14cm) wide x 6.75 (17.1cm) tall 100% Polyester

- Appalachian Outdoors

Dip into this prAna chalk bag to keep your hands dry and grippy while working a route.

- REI

Prana Chalk Bags & Chalk Chalk Bag With Belt-Camo U6CHBL110CAMOO/S. A fleece chalk compartment and elastic brush holder complete the feature set.

- CampSaver.com

The Speed helmet was designed specifically for competitive ski-mountaineering and climbing at the highest levels. The profiled fit combines with the minimal weight for a helmet that climbers and skiers often say they forget they are even wearing. A new external polycarbonate shell reduces the amount of exposed structural Styrofoam for improved durability and 22 streamlined vent holes make it exceptionally cool when moving fast in the mountains or climbing in warm conditions. Updated for 2015 with new colors and graphics. One of the lightest helmets in the world In-mold construction 22 streamlined vent holes for excellent ventilation Headlamp compatible Simple and secure dial adjustment system EN 12492 certified New graphics and 3 colors for 2015 (green, orange, white) 268 g, 9.5 oz Size: 56-62 cm, 22-24.4 in Construction: In-Mold Shell Material: Polycarbonate CE (EN 12492): Yes CE (EN 1077): No UIAA: No

- Bentgate.com

Get your chalk belt and bag solution in one package with the prAna Geo Chalk Bag with Belt. Double belt loops keep it stable while you climb, a drawcord closure prevents spilling, and an elastic brush holder helps you keep the rock grippy.

- Rocky Mountain Trail