Roll-Up Board Games by Sondergut

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Everything is better in the backcountry, and that includes your favorite board games. The Germany-based backpack specialist at Sondergut have created a range of roll-up board games designed specifically for enjoying on the go.

Each full-size board is hand crafted from genuine suede and leather that both feels and looks great. Each set comes with everything you need to play, and rolls up to the size of an umbrella, making it easy to bring with you on all of your adventures. Whether you’re playing with a friend on a plane, or during a weekend camping trip, both the Chess/Checkers and Backgammon choices are sure to bring about hours of enjoyment and relaxation. When you’re done playing, simply toss the pieces in the zipper pocket, roll up the 8-ounce set, and off you go. This makes a great last minute stocking stuffer for anyone in the family. [Purchase]

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