Dip your hand into Petzl's Sakapoche Chalkbag before a palm-sweating crux on the climb. The Sakapoche is like most chalkbags, in that it hold carbon magnesium to dry up your sweaty hands, except that it also has a pocket to store topo maps, keys, or even Petzl's small e+Lite headlamp for improved versatility. Petzl added a toothbrush holder so you can scrub off the crux hold until you can actually pull on the sucker.
Zippered pocket is expandable for extra storage capacity due to its gusseted design. Store keys, e+LITE emergency headlamp, topo map, energy bar, or other small provisions for long days on a wall
The rigid rim maintains the shape of the bag
The woven fabric used to close the bag does not absorb chalk and keeps it from being lost when closed for transportation
Rigid textile toothbrush holder with two retainers for better hold of all types of brushes
Liner sewn into bottom of bag to avoid flipping it when pulling hand out of the chalkbag