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So iLL
V16 Chalk

3 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
Current price: $18.75 Original price: $25.00
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So iLL V16 Chalk

Made by our friends at Tokyo Powder Industries, this all-natural blend of 100% magnesium carbonate and purified water helps to prevent dry fire and balance humidity by regulating friction generated from the rock and your hands.


Chalk is commonly thought to be a drying agent only. Our friction concept is different. So iLL V16 Chalk includes a small amount of purified water to balance the humidity by regulating the friction generated from the rock, humidity, and your hands. When conditions are too dry, everything feels slick and slippery. With purified water, V16 feels like nothing you have experienced before.


Material
100% pure magnesium carbonate (bittern, purified water, salt)
Type
loose
Volume
case, single
Claimed Weight
3lb 15.5oz
Activity
bouldering

Overall Rating

3 based on 2 ratings

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1 out of 5 stars

January 14, 2024

Curdles and creates smalls lumps

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I bought this because I couldn't find the Black one thinking it would be very similar, but for some reason this chalk curdles up in to tiny lumps when I sweat, had to return it

Xintong W
Sarkis BGearhead
5 out of 5 stars

February 9, 2023

Unique Chalk

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I've put it through the wringer

This is some pretty crazy chalk. The Tokyo Powder line is set up so you choose which chalk you need depending on humidity along with your own body (sweaty hands or dry hands). I decided the V16 was the best fit for me and where I'm usually climbing and it seems to be doing great. Do I NEED this particular chalk? Will it fail me if I switch to a more humid or dry climbing area? Did this really help me send that V2+ proj? I can't truly say. But I still thought it was great to dip my hands into and climb on.