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Bicycle Eco Edition Playing Cards
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- Environmentally conscious, recyclable
- Bicycle quality Made in the USA
- High quality poker sized playing cards
- Starch based laminating glue and vegetable based printing inks
- Completely recyclable playing cards
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The line designs for the rider backs and royals are what we're used to, but not the colors. Other than black, the only color used is green, and a rather dull one at that. This makes the royals look interestingly bizarre, but all pips and numbers on the minor suits (clubs and diamonds) are also green, and not a bright, easily discernible green. Something different and a little fun, but for speed tricks and counting card suits, a definite disadvantage. Bicycle has lots more bizarre and interesting designs out there, and while this Eco Edition is no particular price gouge compared to Bicycle's regular poker cards, it's certainly no bargain either. In all fairness, I must say the cards handle as well as the standard cards and also have that nice woven finish. All in all, proceed at your own risk.
I like the green color on the cards.
Love the green backing. Not too fond of the green for the reds. Would be nice to see them produce all their card decks in the future using this same process. I'd definitely recommend this item.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These cards are good. The only drawback is that the colors are green and red, instead of red and black. Read morePublished 4 months ago by TJ
They had so much promise in theory. The biggest challenge is that they replaced the red cards with green cards, but left the black cards black. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dan
Love the thought of eco-friendly cards. Fast shipping. The green(for red cards) and black are a little too closely colored.Published 7 months ago by Rachel Cottrill