Rage Fitness Premium Chalk Powder

Rage Fitness Premium Chalk Powder
4.7/5

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4.6666666666667 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

RAGE Fitness powdered gym chalk is the finest chalk on the market today, preferred by gymnasts and athletes all over the word due to its superior hold. Made from magnesium carbonate, this chalk features a soft texture and lightweight design that makes it one of the most popular choices among athletes.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

RAGE Fitness powdered gym chalk is the finest chalk on the market today, preferred by gymnasts and athletes all over the word due to its superior hold. Made from magnesium carbonate, this chalk features a soft texture and lightweight design that makes it one of the most popular choices among athletes. Rage gym chalk is manufactured in Taiwan and doesn’t leave the silky residue of Chinese chalks. The loose powder is great for all gyms and can be easily mixed to covert into block chalk, which allows the athlete to apply a thicker layer of chalk for improved grip and performance. Sold in an 11-pound bag, this chalk reduces friction and keeps your hands dry, giving you a safer and more effective workout.

Color

White

Weight

11 LB

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Rage Fitness Premium Chalk Powder
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