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Hacky sack made of chain mail and skull cloth to best mimic the feel of playing with a traditional hacky. It is not perfectly round in these pictures as it has the loose flex needed to properly hack with. I made it wider than many other chainmail hackies out there (yep, its a market) to better fit the overall dimensions of a regular footbag.

The rings are made of aluminum and the interior is the skull fabric pictured in the attached pictures. The skulls don't show through the best, but you know whats inside and it is bad ass!

The chainmail hacky has the very similar weight and play to the standard. Don't be afraid to step on it and scrape it along the pavement, it stands up to all the regular play I've put them through.

If you are interested in different sizes or colors just message me on Etsy!
If you want it extra loose like a sand bag, just message me or note so when purchasing.

No additional shipping cost when ordered with another item.

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Chainmail Hacky Sack, extra wide for extra hack

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: aluminum, fleece fabric
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 72 reviews
  • Favorited by: 14 people