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The House of Staunton PROFESSIONAL Tournament Bag

Our chess bag is the perfect answer for carrying all of your chess needs. Made of durable nylon, this 24.5" x 9.5" bag will hold a rolled-up board, a full set of pieces, a chess clock, pencils, identification card, cell phone, bottle of water, and still have room for score books, chess books, and magazines! This bag is also unique in that it's well placed padded pockets will keep the bag balanced whether you carry a clock or not.
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  • Buy 4 for $21.95 each and save 12%
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Description / The House of Staunton PROFESSIONAL Tournament Bag

Our chess bag is the perfect answer for carrying all of your chess needs. Made of durable nylon, this 24.5" x 9.5" bag will hold a rolled-up board, a full set of pieces, a chess clock, pencils, identification card, cell phone, bottle of water, and still have room for score books, chess books, and magazines! This bag is also unique in that it's well placed padded pockets will keep the bag balanced whether you carry a clock or not. Select from the color options below and enter your quantity, before adding items to your cart.

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Material(s) Nylon
Bag/Box Dimensions 24.5" x 9.5"
Includes Shoulder Strap? Yes
Holds Chess Board? Yes
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