First thing I noticed was a lot of the threads on the front of the bag were funky - some snags and one pretty large bundle of black fiber sticking out. This is all aesthetic of course, and most likely won't effect the use of the bag, but as a new item I expected a bit more from it. There is also a "prana to benefit peta" logo on the side above the signature.From a working standpoint, it seems like a good bag. I haven't got a chance to take it out yet but the drawstring seems functional and the inside of the bag is super soft.I found myself most disappointed in the fact that it doesn't come with a belt. After reading under the specs that the belt was nylon webbing I assumed it came with it. I'll be mostly bouldering with it and obviously will need a way to strap it to myself without wearing a harness/carabiner. I debated returning it but won't for simplicity's sake of just keeping the dang thing but for the price, it should really come with one like the rest of prana's bags.
This has to be my most favorite chalk bag I have ever bought. I love the colorful, vibrant pattern displayed on it, but I am also a huge supporter of PETA, and that is what initially drew me to this bag. It's a smaller bag so it is pretty light weight. The only thing I didn't like was that the bag did not come with a belt so you could just strap it on around you. I ended up buying a cheapo carabiner that matched the yellow. This bag seals well, so you don't have to worry about loose chalk falling out. In the end, I love this chalk bag. I've began and finished many ascents with it. It is my good luck charm.