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Quiver Chess Bag

Now Available in NEW Wild and Polka Dot Designs!
The Quiver Chess Bag is designed to hold a roll-up vinyl chessboard, a full set of plastic chess pieces and still has enough room to hold most chess clocks inside its zippered compartment. It measures 21'' x 6'' (flattened) and features an adjustable nylon shoulder strap. The Quiver Chess Bag is crafted from a high grade canvas material and will resist dirt and water.
Color Product Name Qty
Royal Blue
ZEBRA
CHEVRON
ROYAL / ORANGE
BLACK / WHITE
Khaki
TIGER
GIRAFFE
BLACK / RED
CHEETAH
PINK / BLACK
COW
Gray
STARS
ROYAL / WHITE
FEATHERS
Pink
WHITE / BLACK
ORANGE / YELLOW
Neon Blue
Neon Red
Out of stock
Neon Purple
Neon Green
Navy Blue
Neon Yellow
Red
Forest Green
Black
Jungle Camo
Desert Camo
Blue Camo
Pink Camo

Quantity Discounts

  • Buy 4 for $5.95 each and save 14%
  • Buy 10 for $5.45 each and save 22%
  • Buy 20 for $4.95 each and save 29%

Starting at $6.95

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Product Description

Description / Quiver Chess Bag

 
Don't be fooled by its appearance. The Quiver Chess Bag is designed to hold a roll-up vinyl chessboard, a full set of plastic chess pieces and still has enough room to hold most chess clocks inside its zippered compartment. It measures 21" x 6" (flattened) and features an adjustable nylon shoulder strap. The Quiver Chess Bag is crafted from a high grade canvas material and will resist dirt and water.

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

ISBN Does not apply
Material(s) Nylon
Bag/Box Dimensions 21" x 6"
Includes Shoulder Strap? Yes
Holds Chess Board? Yes
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