A chalk bag is more than just a sack of powder … It’s your salvation at your edge, your partner on your greatest sends, and even a reflection of your character, too. Your chalk bag should be something you love, a piece of gear that will last for years and withstand the abuse of everything from evening bouldering sessions at your gym to harsh abrasions on Joshua Tree granite.

We’ve been in the industry for some time, having used and been exposed to chalk bags from all the leading brands. And without hesitation, we’re convinced that today’s best chalk bags are ΔSTΛTIC bags, now available in the Moja Gear shop.

ΔSTΛTIC—a small, climber-run company started in San Diego—artfully crafts one-of-a-kind handmade chalk bags and other climbing accessories from unique and locally sourced fabrics.

Its founder, Taylor Carpenter, puts these principles at the forefront:

As a company we strive to source our materials from small companies or foundations to help support the growing brands when possible. Each bag begins with over 13 separate pieces that are carefully sewn together to create a one of a kind bag.

Interested in trying a ΔSTΛTIC bag for yourself? Explore from their latest styles, below.

Classic Collection

The Original ΔSTΛTIC Chalk Bag



Nomad Collection

Made With Genuine PENDLETON® Wool

Waxed Canvas Collection

Vintage Design | Modern Durability


Mexi Collection

The Original Mexi Chalk Bag


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