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Save the energy bar for the top.

The Petzl Sakapoche Chalkbag with Belt is a variation of the Saka Chalkbag with a zippered bellows pocket that's sized for storing an energy bar, keys, money, a small headlamp, or a topo.

  • Micro-fleece interior
  • Reinforced rim
  • Elastic brush holder
  • Zippered pocket
  • Double loops and adjustable waist-belt

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5 5

GLORY TO THINE CHALK

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Never did I think I could love a chalk bag so much. Let's just get the best part out of the way: A POCKET! At first, I was like "Oh, a pocket. Weird..". NOW, my heart sings sweet tidings of joy. I almost always forget to take my wedding band off before I hop on some boulders. Fret not, dear ones - THERE IS A POCKET. I just throw it in there, zip it up, and climb on.

Secondly, sticking your hands into this baby feels like sticking your paws into the darkest and warmest of chalky abysses. The micro-fleece lining is essential for those cold outdoor bouldering days up the canyon. It's hard to spend more time with my hands on the rock than in my chalk bag.

There's a brush holder and a belt, but those are mere details compared to the glory of that pocket.

Also, the drawstring cord is great, and ensures you can close your bag up super tight. I've had many a chalk spills in the back of my car due to leaky chalk bags. Blech.

5 5

It has a pocket!

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I LOVE this thing for the pocket! It was a great bag, and I loved having emergency supplies... What do you need a pocket for? For me, I would keep a small emergency sunscreen, chapstick, nail clippers, a hairband, and a small energy food/goo... Just in case. It always came in handy! And yes, I have clipped my nails at the top of a climb now.

Oh yeah, the bag: the rim holds the bag open nicely, and the draw chord on mine had a built-in emergency whistle, though I think they retired that feature maybe? Too bad, it came in handy for rounding up dogs. Anyways, the inside liner is nice, and the drawstring draws closed well. I beat this thing up soo much that I poked holes through the top material, and i kept getting my hand stuck in the lining of the bag... But that was after 3 years of brutality! I mean it... Brutality...