Part #: 51WPL5

Louisville Slugger White Stripe Field Marker Powder

Baseball Line Chalk

Part #: 51WPL5
Louisville Slugger White Stripe Field Marker Powder

Baseball Line Chalk

The 51WPL5 is the Louisville Slugger® Game Time White Stripe Athletic Field Marking Powder (Baseball Field Line Chalk). This field chalk is made of ground limestone, which is high in the calcium carbonate that gives it the white color. It complies with the NCAA rules for athletic marking powders and can be used on baseball, softball, football, soccer or any athletic field. Perfect for marking all athletic fields with a bright white appearance, non-toxic and easy to apply.
Available in 50 lb. Bags (56 bags per pallet). Priced per Bag.
Product Specifications
  • Quantity Qty Price
  • 1 $14.950 bag
  • 5 $8.400 bag
  • 20 $7.300 bag
  • 56 $6.200 bag
  • 112 $5.250 bag
  • Bag Pack: 50 lbs. per Bag
  • Pallet Pack: 56 Bags / Pallet

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Line up your playing fields and make sure the right calls are made with the 51WPL5 Louisville Slugger Game Time White Stripe Athletic Field Marking Powder (Field Line Chalk). This athletic field marking powder is harmless to skin, clothes and turf, making it a safe and economical choice. The average ball field takes 200 lbs, in order to line the baseline and home plate areas. You will love this Baseball Chalk. Play Ball!

Key benefits:
  • Pure White in Color
  • Improves Visibility & Appearance
  • Easy Application
  • Non-Toxic (Safe on Soil, Turf & Clothing)

Disclaimer:

This information has been provided as a general guide. It is the customer's responsibility to select the proper container for product and application compatibility.

Additional Information

Bag Pack 50 lbs. per Bag
Pallet Pack 56 Bags / Pallet
Note: Available in 50 lb. Bags (56 bags per pallet). Priced per Bag.
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