- Designed with a stiff rim for easy use
- 2 loops for attaching onto belts or clips
- Lined with nylon and fleece
- Will hold up to our 3oz chalk ball or up to a full 2oz block of chalk
- 6″ tall and 5″ in diameter
- Can also be used as a dog treat bag
Reviews of Z-Athletic Chalk Bag for Gymnastics, Climbing, and Weight Lifting
Z-Athletic Chalk Bag Review 1: This chalk bag was really great. I am a power lifter and I have …
This chalk bag was really great. I am a power lifter and I have small hands, kind of a difficult pairing lol I hate using straps because it can increase probability for injury.
So this bag conveniently stores the chalk that I use almost everyday. My gym has a strict no chalk policy, but this reduces the amount of chalk on the ground so much that they don’t even know that I use chalk. The draw string also prevents it from falling out and getting chalk everywhere in my bag! Definitely worth the buy!
Z-Athletic Chalk Bag Review 2: Sturdy and cheap: just what I wanted.
The bag I received was lightweight and sturdy, each loop well stitched. One reviewer mentioned that the loops broke, and to break the one I got, I don’t see this happening any time soon.
The bag is lined in a thin silky nylon to keep the chalk contained. The only con I can think of is that this fabric wouldn’t stand up to heavy duty abrasion or jabs without tearing or getting holes. But, for indoor climbing and normal outdoor climbing, this bag is more than sufficient.
Z-Athletic Chalk Bag Review 3: Cheap and works.
Bag works just as expected. I’m not a rock climber, but I bought it for the gym. In the past I had used Tupperware, but I prefer this bag now. I can just set this bag in the corner while I’m lifting, and not worry about kicking it and every thing spilling out like an open Tupperware container would.
People complaining about the closing mechanism must have got malfunctioning units, or don’t know how to operate simple things. I’ve used it about 6 times since purchasing it and nothing has broken. Great cheap and non messy way to bring chalk to the gym.