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Dog Might Introduces The Deck Jacket – On Kickstarter


The convention season is winding down and that means it’s time to see some brand new projects. Dog Might is back in their wood shop and now that they’ve got all the sawdust and blood cleaned up from their vigorous working they’ve announced their latest project: The Deck Jacket. This new wooden gaming accessory holds a deck of regular playing cards, and just like everything else that Dog Might’s released, you can get it customized.

The Deck Jacket is on Kickstarter right now. You can get your Jacket in three different sizes: Standard, Large, and Tarot. The Standard size fits a regular deck of 52 playing cards, while the Large size carries that same deck of cards sleeved. The Tarot size Jacket fits a deck of 78 Tarot cards for whatever game you might be using them with.

A standard Deck Jacket will run you $25 and you’ll get it in white ash. For $40 you can customize your own, including your wood selection, and you can even add emblems to the accessory. Dog Might means quality and you can get your Jacket by November by backing the Kickstarter campaign and locking in your pledge. These would make great holiday gifts!

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