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With an ergonomic shape and a reinforced rim, the Petzl Koda Chalk Bag makes for quick dipping when you’re pumped and sweaty. Double attachment loops work with a belt or a carabiner, and an emergency whistle integrated into the drawcord lock helps you call for help when a rescue is needed.

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Great bag.

    Seals in chalk, holds a chalk bag well, and it's easy to dip into. Fits my hand (dimensions: 8 inch palm circumference, 7.5 inch hand length, women's medium glove/men's small glove). I haven't needed the whistle, but it's a nice little feature. It also comes in cool colors. I give 4 stars because it could be a few bucks cheaper.

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      OK, I don't know what I was thinking when I got this. I am a guy first of all, and this is definitely a girls chalk bag. Second, i am an XL in any glove I have worn and this bag was too small for my hand. That being said, it is a good bag other than that. 4 out of 5 because it lacks a waist belt. I gave it to my friends wife. She loves it.

      Looks sharp, works well

        Size is great, and the drawstring seals it nicely so it doesn't poof chalk inside my climbing bag.

        The double attachment points work really well if you have it on a belt (the belt is not included, mind you) but leaves it off-kilter if you try to 'biner it to your harness. Far from being a deal breaker, but that's my only complaint.

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          Super cute and very functional chalk bag but watch out, the pink color bled all over my climbing shorts!

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          Would a medium be the size to go for someone...

          Would a medium be the size to go for someone 5'7"? I've stuffed my hand into a (I think) small Koda in the store, and it felt cramped. I don't want a bag that is too bulky though. Also, the Petzl Bandi bag is a step down from the Koda, so what is the difference between the standard bag (Bandi) and the next step up (Koda)?