Liquid Fit Chalk In-Depth Review

Liquid Fit Chalk In-Depth Review
Liquid Fit Chalk


Around $11-$27 - Available on


Easy to Apply, Antibacterial, Long lasting


Not gentle on skin


Whatever you're trying to get a hold on, use this chalk and don't let those slippery suckers get away!

Our Rating


It doesn’t matter what you’re doing, be it rock climbing (or bouldering), weight lifting or even training with kettlebells, you’re going to want something that’ll help improve your grip.

After all, it wouldn’t be good to have sweaty palms when you’re near the top of a 15-foot boulder! Today, we’re going to do an in-depth review of Fire Team Fit’s Liquid Fit Chalk.

In our review, we are going to talk about what makes this liquid chalk stand out from the rest. We’re also going to give you a brief run-down of user reviews so that you can see both the good and the bad things customers experienced when using this product. At the end, we’ll give you our final recommendation.

We have a lot of ground to cover, so let’s get started.

About The Product

Liquid Fit Chalk In Hand

In most gyms and state parks, the use of chalk is banned due to the mess it can leave behind. Yet for many people, the mess that chalk can create pales in comparison to how much safer you will be because the chalk absorbs sweat so you have a better grip.

The Fire Team Fit’s Liquid Fit Chalk comes in a no-mess bottle that clips onto your belt. Since this is a liquid chalk, you can squeeze some out onto your hands without worrying about leaving a mess behind.

Notable features of Fire Team Fit’s Liquid Fit Chalk include:

  • Portable with less mess than block chalk and much less waste
  • Quick dry and sweat resistant
  • Perfect for weightlifting and obstacle courses
  • Keeps hands germ-free at the gym
  • Significantly improves grip ability for a variety of sports activities
  • No need to reapply liquid chalk during a workout

The Liquid Fit Chalk is a mess-free alternative to the typical chalk bag or ball. All you need to do is squeeze out a dime-sized amount of the liquid into the palm of your hand.

Then you’ll want to rub your hands together to disperse the liquid chalk evenly. We recommend that you shake the bottle pretty good to ensure it’s an even consistency prior to use.

This liquid chalk is sweat resistant, which means you won’t have to worry about reapplying the product to your hands mid-climb or during an intense weightlifting routine. Also, since this chalk uses an antibacterial formula, you can work out or climb and not worry if the person before you washed their hands.

We want to mention that this product is available in a few different sizes: 50mL bottle that includes a carabiner so you can hook it to your belt or backpack and 250mL bottle that you can keep in your home gym or if you want to share with others.

You do have the option of purchasing a 2 pack of 50mL bottles or you can get a 250mL bottle that includes a 50mL bottle.

What People Are Saying

So far, the Liquid Fit Chalk sounds pretty good, right? According to the user reviews, most customers seem to agree. The majority of reviewers said that this liquid chalk is better than regular loose chalk because it stops your hands from getting sweaty, but it also is a lot less messy than loose chalk.

To clean the chalk off, all you have to do is use a little soap and water. It doesn’t leave any stains on the skin or on any material that it may touch.

Several people commented they noticed when their lifting with this chalk on their hands, they are able to maintain a firm grip. One reviewer shared that when he does heavy sets on the bench press, normally his hands would slide out 1.5-inches in between each set.

However when he switched to this product, his hands don’t slide as much – siting they only moved 1/2-inch wider in between each set.

With all the great things customers were saying about the liquid chalk, we’re not surprised to see only a small handful of people had issues with this product. Of these critical reviews, a few people were concerned that this chalk is not gentle on the skin.

One person posted photos that showed big blisters on the palm of his hands after deadlifting.

Other customers commented that the consistency of this product could have been a little thicker. These folks went on to say that because the chalk is so thin, it doesn’t coat the hand well enough to last the hour or so of wear time as advertised by the company.

People also felt that if the liquid chalk had some more grit to it, they would be able to get a better grip.

Final Thoughts

Liquid Fit Chalk On Hands

Traditional loose chalk, chalk balls, and chalk blocks are usually frowned upon in commercial gyms because they are incredibly messy. Even state parks where rock climbing and bouldering is allowed has also banned powdery chalk.

The Liquid Fit Chalk is designed to be a cleaner and more effective form of chalk for any activity where you want to have a good, strong grip.

We like Fire Team Fit’s Liquid Fit Chalk because it comes in a convenient travel sized bottle with a carabiner. This packaging makes it more convenient because you can clip it to your belt or a gym bag whenever you need to, without pulling out a big bottle of the stuff.

We also like that the liquid chalk dries quickly so you can get started on your workout routine right away. The chalk is also sweat resistant which allows you to complete a full weightlifting workout or climb without needing to reapply.

If you’re looking for a different type of chalk that works well and is permitted to use in the gym, then Fire Team Fit’s Liquid Fit Chalk is a great option.

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