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POOF Jarts Lawn Darts is a safe and fun way to entertain the entire family while getting them out of the house. Test your accuracy with an aerodynamic twist to the classic game of horseshoes that’s designed to be played at the park, beach or backyard. During each round, 1 player from each team stands in the “Toss Area” and alternates tossing their 2 colorful Jarts at the target ring. The objective is to be the first team, or player, to score 21 points. The new Jart design features a built in safety tip to make this game even safer for the whole family. Jarts is an all-time classic game that’s guaranteed to save your backyard barbecue one toss at a time! The set includes 4 Jarts, 2 target rings and instructions. Recommended for children 8 years of age and older.
POOF has been a loved toy brand for generations and provides hours of indoor and outdoor fun. Our line of foam balls and athletic equipment are great for helping kids learn the basics of many classic sports! With pool toys, flying rockets and sidewalk chalks your child will be entertained the whole summer! POOF is a member of the ALEX Brands family of products. Visit www.amazon.com/alex-brands for more information on ALEX Brands and our best-selling line of educational and entertaining products for kids.
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I purchased these jarts to play on a beach vacation. They were fun and worked well in the sand. We play a game similar to corn hole by digging a hole in the sand for the jart to... Read morePublished 8 days ago by UK fan
Grandkids love playing this game out on the lawn. We spent many hours this summer practicing. Great purchase!Published 13 days ago by Kindle Customer
Can the fins from this new design somehow be removed/modified for use as replacement fins on early 80's slider jarts?Published 28 days ago by James T Mountain
Very cheap made. Hoped the kids would like them as much as the old lawn darts. They just sit in the corner.Published 28 days ago by J Hartman