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Friction Labs Magic Reusable Chalk Sphere

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The Magic Reusable Chalk Sphere is a reusable cotton fabric chalk ball.

$ 9.95

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Friction Labs Magic Reusable Chalk Sphere

Friction Labs Magic Reusable Chalk Sphere is a reusable chalk ball. It comes in a permeable cotton fabric and is perfect for keeping in your chalk bag - on its own or floating in one of our loose chalk blends. Magic is designed to create as little mess as possible and to last significantly longer than the old chalk balls you're used to.  Why use a chalk sphere instead of your traditional loose chalk? This comes down to your personal preference. Some people prefer the feeling of chalk spheres to loose chalk. Some people like to mix the two. Some gyms require chalk balls to prevent spills and dust. Chemically, it doesn't matter - whichever one is right for you, you can be sure you're getting the highest quality, cleanest chalk anywhere. Does Magic come in different blends/types/flavors/animals? Not this time - because of the fabric, we use an extremely fine Magnesium Carbonate designed to get out of the fabric and onto your hands as easily as possible. Since it's reusable, do you sell refills? Not yet, but we're working on it. In the meantime, Unicorn Dust works great as a refill since it's already so fine in texture.

Features

  • Reuseable chalk bag
  • Less mess
  • Clean
  • High quality
  • Fine texture

 

Specifications

Specifications for: Magic Reusable Chalk Sphere

  • Weight (gms) 2.2 oz

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Magic Reusable Chalk Sphere

Magic Reusable Chalk Sphere

$ 9.95

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