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Mammut Liquid Chalk - 200ml

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    Climb it, send it, tag it without any chalky residue.

    When you're looking for a way to maintain grip where messy chalk residue will get you in trouble put some Mammut Liquid Chalk-200ml on your finger tips and send it.
    • Minimal dust emission makes liquid chalk ideal for climbing gyms
    • Less re-chalking so you can send longer boulder problems without fear of losing grip
    • Leaves less chalk on the rock so your local crag stays cleaner
    • Item #MAM0500

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    Recommended Use
    climbing, bouldering

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    Not bad liquid chalk

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I like to use liquid chalk as a base layer. I find that it helps powder chalk last longer. I've tried Mammut, Petzl, SoiLL, and Edelweiss, and they all have [very minor] pros and cons.

    If I had to get granular about it, I'd say I like Edelweiss the best because it goes on creamy, it doesn't have an overpoweringly chemie scent , and it lasts a long time.

    I do like the way the Mammut chalk has a little tab that you can slip a biner (or zip-tie) through and carry on your harness. Aside from that though, I probably wouldn't buy this brand again. It has a somewhat grainy feel to it when you first put it on, and it dries pretty thin—so it doesn't last as long as other brands. It also has the strongest "rubbing alcohol" scent of the brands I've tried (they all have alcohol in them, so there's no avoiding a little bit of that).

    All that said, if you're not super picky, go with what's cheap and see for yourself whether you can tell the difference between different liquid chalk brands.

    Gets the job done

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    When used correctly it really helps. Apply once before you start your day of climbing and then again about half way through. Note that It is not a supplement for normal chalk but is used to enhance the effect of normal chalk.

    For Sweaty Hands

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have very sweaty hands and it is nice to use a dose of this at the beginning of a session to get a nice first layer and get some of the oils out of the skin. Works well for this purpose. I only use it as the beginning of a session, wouldnt use multiple times throughout a climbing session.

    Reapplying Required

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I boulder 3-4x a week and after a few uses I prefer normal chalk.

    Pros
    - Dries up pretty fast
    - Works like normal chalk.

    Cons
    - After 2-3 climbs you have to reapply the liquid chalk again
    - It's faster putting on normal chalk
    - If you apply a bit too much, the chalk on your hand becomes flaky

    a must

      This is one of my all time favorite climbing products. I heard Lynn Hill once say she always puts it on one hour prior to climbing to help dry out her hands. I totally agree. It's amazing how much it helps keep your hands dry and helps powder chalk stick when you hands just want to sweat it off. My favorite way to use it is on the backs of my hands (and even wrists/arms) when I'm climbing in Indian Creek and don't want to tape up. I never climb without it :)

      Saves my Skin on Granite

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I really love this stuff! It is great on the warmer days when you really need something to dry your hands out a little bit. This stuff is amazing on long trips as well. If you use it when your skin starts getting thin I swear it saves your skin and acts as another protector against the rock! It is great!

      Indoor and Outdoor Climbing Test

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have been using this stuff for quite sometime now and i would say it's one of the best so far.

      I have tried both indoor gym (but mostly) in outdoor crags and this stuff is phenomenal. It leaves a dry hand (if you are sweaty) and even works awesome as base layer too!

      I have not tried it yet in DWS but i'll give it a go! The performance is comparable with petzl liquid chalk as well. But kinda less pricey though. :)

      It's liquid chalk

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Not much to say. It works as good as other brands I have used. It is a little thicker than some other brands, but that makes it dry quicker. Good stuff. Get the cheapest one.

      Not a fan but some people like it

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I don't like it for the reason that it was fabricated: it leaves a residue on your hands. Silly thing to not like I know, but I prefer powder chalk. I have used this a few times in CO where white chalk marks on rock is strictly banned- in that setting this is better than nothing.

      Long lasting base

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I used this stuff when I was DWS'ing in Mallorca this last summer. Even after repeated dunks in the ocean, this stuff was still on my hands! I've also used it indoors and it's nice for an hour or two, especially nice when the gym you're in doesn't allow loose chalk.