Quiver Chess Bag - Assorted Colors - by US Chess Federation

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Manufacturer Description

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.


Since 1939, The United States Chess Federation is the official, non-profit US membership organization for chess players and chess supporters of all ages and strengths, from beginners to Grandmasters. The USCF represents the United States in the World Chess Federation (FIDE), linking US members to chess players around the world. To address the equipment needs of Chess players, The US Chess Federation is proud to offer our exclusive line of Chess equipment that is available at reasonable prices. All purchases support the United States Chess Federation and its mission to promote the game of Chess

Product Features

Measures 21" x 6" (flattened) and can hold all of your chess equipment, including a roll-up chess board, chess pieces, and a chess clock Features an adjustable nylon shoulder strap Perfect for Youth, Scholastic, and Tournament Chess Players Exceeds all US Chess Federation and FIDE Requirements for Official Tournament Use Manufactured Exclusively by the United States Chess Federation (USCF)

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