Black Diamond Equipment
Creek Chalk Bag
Designed in the likeness of our Creek Series, the Creek Chalk Bag is durable and burly, ready to take on the splitters of its namesake. READ MORE
Designed in the likeness of our Creek Series, the Creek Chalk Bag is durable and burly, ready to take on the splitters of its namesake. Learn More
DescriptionDesigned from the waterproof and durable material of our Creek Series, the Black Diamond Creek Chalk Bag is for deep crack climbing and squeeze chimney groveling. With a metal belt closure and chalk brush holder, the details are dialed, and an ergonomic shape minimizes the need to dig deep into the chalk bag when you’re cruxing on the send go. A zippered bottom pocket holds a headlamp, energy bar or cellphone.
- Heavy duty Creek fabric
- Hipbelt with metal closure
- Chalk brush holder
- Zippered bottom pouch
- Ergonomic shape for chalk reachability
Creek Chalk Bag is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by One Sweet Dream from Very Nice Bag Makes a great bag for the sharp stuff - beaks, hooks, etc. Good price for what you actually get. I left the waist belt on and it is nice to be able to slide it around to the best spot for the situation, when busting free moves or on aid. Haven't used it as a chalkbag but could add that it is pretty durable so far.
Date published: 2018-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kyle the Climber from Pretty Sendy Got this bag b/c my Evolv wouldn't stay closed. This Creek bag stays closed, the rim is strong and it matches my Creek crag backpack. Not sure what to put in that zipper but I'll find a use eventually. Not too big to fit a phone or snacks but probably climbing tape. Get the bag.
Date published: 2017-08-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by Cole from Giant Chalk bag This chalk bag is huge! For sure burly.. never had too much of a problem with just shredding chalk bags.. unless I am in a squeeze in which case I would leave this giant thing behind. Good for big walls where you might want a headlamp and some calories in the nice little zipper pouch + it holds a bunch of chalk. In the creek? I just lower to the ground and grab a big sandwich. Who designed this thing with the creek in mind?
Date published: 2017-04-07