It’s a game of strategy, skill and a bit of good luck. One of the oldest two-player board games in the world — it’s still a sought after game for all. Now with the stylish and portable Sondergut Backgammon, you can keep it with you to be played anywhere the mood or opportunity arises. With it’s velvet leather roll — its good looks are worth showing off.
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Travel Backgammon Game by Sondergut
Backgammon in style… Sondergut Backgammon (video shows Mocha board)
Take the game with you! The Sondergut leather backgammon board rolls up to the size of a pocket umbrella (10 x 2”). Great for travel or the home! Whether relaxing on the beach, at the campsite or at the hotel lounge, you can play backgammon almost anywhere — and with style. This hand-sewn, full size board in velvety, cream suede has a rich look and feel. When the game’s over, store the dice, doubling cube and both sets of 15 playing stones (2cm in diameter) in the zippered pocket. When rolled up, the size is 10 x 2”. Open the game and the board is full sized at 10 x 12-2/3”. Fits in your handbag, backpack and even your back pocket! Instructions included.
Designed in Germany by our backpacker friends at Sondergut. Hand sewn pliable leather backgammon board in cream with all parts.
Everything about the game was designed with two things in mind: To weigh next to nothing and be the highest quality travel game on the market.
Comes in a beautiful retail box with backgammon game instructions.
All playing pieces neatly fit in the zippered pocket for easy and reliable storage and transport.
Weighs less than 1/2 a pound.
Available in Mocha colored suede boards as well but sold separately.
Also available is our Chess / Checkers game. Sold separately.
Game instructions included.
Makes a great gift — even for yourself.
Enjoy some photos of the games having fun here
Great for cruise ship travel, keep it in your RV / camping trailer, take with you on your bicycle tour around the South Island of New Zealand, craft beers at the pub with a friend, a weeklong rafting trip through the Grand Canyon or a month-long hike along the Colorado Trail and downtime at the beach. Where will you take your Roll-up Travel Game by Sondergut?