Field Mag + Greater Goods Limited Edition Upcycled Chalk Bags

For climbers and outdoor explorers, 20 pieces made from reclaimed technical outerwear

Inspired by the NYC climbing scene, London-based Greater Goods and design-led outdoor publication Field Mag collaborated on a collection of limited edition upcycled chalk bags for climbers. It’s the first series of its kind from the brand, which emphasizes sustainability through its coveted releases. This US-exclusive drop is limited to 20 pieces: 10 chalk bags and 10 buckets. Every item has been cut and sewn …

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