Flat Pack Portable Cardboard Foosball Table

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Living

Now you can right the wrongs of your country’s 2014 World Cup campaign anytime, anyplace with the ingenious Flat Pack Cardboard Foosball Table.

The table measures in at the official, regulation foosball size, but it’s constructed from cardboard so it can be easily relocated on a whim’s notice. Don’t let the fact that it’s made from sustainable raw materials fool you either, this thing is quite sturdy. There are absolutely no tools required to put this thing together, and when you’re all done laying the smack down on your co-worker, simply fold it flat, and off you go – another victim awaits. The table has also been equipped with convenient beer holders (four total), along with a passive amplifier for your smartphone, so your skills can be accompanied by your own ass-kicking soundtrack. Whether it’s at the office, or at the beach, this thing can go anywhere you can. [Purchase]

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