Two Ogres Essential-Z

The two Ogres climbing chalk bag might just be the most affordable item on this list, which makes it an attractive option that won’t break the bank. Its price, however, doesn’t point to its quality – rather, this chalk bag stands out with its durable 600-Denier fabric and soft lining that makes it feel luxurious. The drawstring closure is constructed in a way to prevent any chalk spillage even in times when you hang horizontally to the ground.

The bag is large enough to accommodate climbers with big hands, which is good news – the struggle of finding the chalk bag that will fit your entire hand is more than just real. The belt buckle is slim, thus making it easy to wear the bag on top of a harness.

You will find a place to store your brush in, a zippered pocket for keeping your ID and keys safe, and a furry bottom for the chalk dust accumulation. If you consider yourself a beginner, you will likely not find a better value for the price.

Our Overall Review

4.6

Things we like:

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    The zippered front pocket allows you to comfortably reach your belongings without having to open the bag
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    The manufacturer’s warranty covers all types of material’s defects within the first year of use

Things we don't like:

  • check-markThe drawstring’s quality is not the best

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Two Ogres Essential-Z

Specs & Features

  • Material: 600-Denier Polyester
  • Shape: Cylindrical
  • Height: 7 inches
  • Length: 5 inches
  • Width: 5 inches
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Our Overall Review

4.6

Things we like:

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    The zippered front pocket allows you to comfortably reach your belongings without having to open the bag
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    The manufacturer’s warranty covers all types of material’s defects within the first year of use

Things we don't like:

  • check-markThe drawstring’s quality is not the best

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