Black Diamond

Freerider M/L Chalkbag - Honnold Edition

Sale price€24.99
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Discover the Freerider Chalk Bag from Black Diamond, a testament to functionality and style. Crafted with a nod to the legendary free solo of El Capitan by BD Athlete Alex Honnold, this chalk bag is more than just a piece of equipment; it's a piece of history. Featuring the distinctive signature of Honnold and designed in the exact hues of his iconic Freerider bag, this product blends performance with a cause. A portion of the proceeds benefits the Honnold Foundation, aiming to promote solar energy for a more equitable world. Experience the blend of tradition and innovation, designed for climbers who demand the best.


  • Honnold's signature and original Freerider color scheme
  • Classic cylinder shape enhanced with a flexible wire rim
  • Constructed from high-quality, repurposed materials
  • Fleece-lined interior ensures chalk stays contained
  • Cinching cord-lock closure for secure chalk storage
  • Integrated brush holder for convenient cleaning
  • Includes a webbing belt with a quick-release buckle for easy wear
  • Supports the Honnold Foundation with each purchase
  • Backed by a comprehensive 2-year warranty
Weight83 g (2.9 oz)
MaterialRepurposed fabric
ClosureCinching cord-lock
Warranty2 years


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Black Diamond was born from Chouinard Equipment and was a natural continuation of the passion and ethos that Yvon Chouinard and his friends started in 1965. Peter Metcalf and the employees of Chouinard Equipment took over in 1989, changed the name to Black Diamond and moved to Salt Lake City, to be at the base of the Wasatch mountains.

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