Tri 21 Boards
Tri 21 Boards

This project has already launched.

There are so many occasions and places where Tri 21 will be the perfect addition to your gathering: 

  • Cabins
  • Backyard BBQ
  • Graduations
  • Birthdays
  • Tailgating
  • Housewarming
  • Retirement
  • College Party
  • Bachelor/Bachelorette Party
  • Outdoor Weddings/Receptions
  • Camping
  • Traveling in a Camper/RV
  • JUST BECAUSE
  • ....AND also makes a perfect gift for any of the above.

How Tri 21 Will Continue To Give Back

We came up with the name of the game with an idea in mind—Not only does Tri 21 refer to our board shape & winning score, Tri 21 has a tie to Down Syndrome (Trisomy 21). Tri 21 as a company is committed to making donations to the Special Olympics.

How To Play

Now I'm guessing you're wondering about scoring and how the game is played... well here's a fun peek at the scoring:

There are a few additional scoring rules: like if the washer is a leaner in any zone, how to cancel out the opposing teams score, and something we seriously just call S.O.L. — because even though this game has a lot to do with your washer-tossing-skills, every game needs a little bit of luck that can either help or hurt you.

There Are 2 Package Options

Whether you're buying for just your family or buying to host the party of all parties, we have a deal for you! You can choose from our 2 package options—PACK IT or STACK IT!

THE PACK — Price: $60. Comes with 2 triangle boards, 6 washers, 1 wagering stick, 1 small storage bag & of course we'll provide a game rules sheet.

THE STACK — Price: $110. Comes with 4 triangle boards, 12 washers, 2 wagering sticks, 2 small storage bags & of course we'll provide 2 game rule sheets.

 We Are Affordable!

We believe that Tri 21 is the best price for the most fun. Take a look at these popular yard games in comparison to Tri 21: (s/h is an average within the continental U.S.)

Cornhole – $100 + $50 s/h 

Ladder Golf – $70 + $35 s/h

Tri 21 – $60 + $44 s/h (with an even greater savings when shipping THE STACK—2 sets of boards)

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