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  • Tuesday, 17 December 2019 10:13:05 Europe/London

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    Posted By William Eccles

    Jack can talk the back legs off a dog. I've seen it first hand and it's not pretty. You didn't think there was much to say about a Moon Bouldering bucket did you? How wrong you were!

     

    He has been using them for as long as they have existed, in his defence. So come on in, maybe grab a brew (there will be time to drink it) and check out why we sell a bajillion of these a year.

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  • Sunday, 8 December 2019 12:39:04 Europe/London

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    Posted By William Eccles

    If you’ve climbed on a gusty day you may have lost some chalk to the Lord of Gwynt*, I certainly have! No more, the Moon Trad chalk bags can be closed with one hand and just as easily opened again.

     

    A simple, stretchy, sprung flap snaps over the aperture to seal the bag so when it’s strapped to your back you can either pull it closed or open it again, all very easily. I also found once using this chalk bag I didn’t bother with my bouldering bucket anymore. It's so easy to open and close I just chalk up, snap the flap and chuck it to the mat.

    The brim is stiff and the aperture wide for the largest of mitts, they come with a belt and in a bunch of different colours. You can only go so wrong with chalk bag design but these are one of the better ones!

     

    - Bertie

     

    *Note from the editor: Gwynt is Welsh for wind.. Lord of Gwynt? Yeah, I don’t know either.

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