Stagehand Chalk Bag

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)




The Stagehand Chalk Bag resembles the typical chalk bag that so many stagehands use to carry small tools and job supplies, but this bag is made specifically to stand up to the daily abuse of stagehand work. Each bag is made to order using the same tough and durable materials that use for all of our bags; Black 1000D Nylon Cordura shell with a gray vinyl-coated polyester, waterproof liner. Bags include nylon webbing loops on the outside of the bag for easily clipping on tools or tie line, and a loop with a buckle for things such as E-tape or even a full roll of gaff. The drawstring top with cam-lock slide allows the bag to fully close and stay closed making it safe to carry for high work (but you should still keep your tools tied off!) or on the deck. The Stagehand Chalk Bag slips onto your belt through a belt loop large enough for a heavy-duty tool belt made from 2″ wide seat belt webbing if you like to keep the bag upright and close to your waist, or you can clop it onto a carabiner to hang loose at your side. The dimensions of the bag are about 4 1/2 inches in diameter by 7 inches deep making it large enough to carry quite a few tools, your personal items (wallet, keys, phone, etc.), a travel mug of coffee, or a handful of truss bolts.

We believe that you’ll be impressed by the quality, durability and utility of the Stagehand Chalk Bag and with your local number and name embroidered directly onto the bag, there will be no doubt the pride you take in your equipment.

Order Options:

  • Blank Bag: $40
  • Union Bug Embroidery: Add $10
  • Your Name: $5 (Enter your name as you’d like it to appear in the Order Notes at Checkout)

Additional information

Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 8 in

1 review for Stagehand Chalk Bag

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dylan Lijana (verified owner)

    Thank you Russell. For the quality stitching and wonderful chalk bag. Love it!! Excellent work and a good fair price. Other people in my local are already asking me “where did you get that”.

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