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V:KING: Handcrafted Lawn Game

Founded by a young couple, Martin and Sarah Wilde, V:King is a their take on a Swedish lawn game combining classic Swedish design with quality Vermont craftsmanship. The origin dates back to the time of Swedish Vikings. The objective is to use your Battle Axes to topple all of your opponent’s Shields; the first team to conquer the King claims the crown. Look at it as a combination of cornhole and chess.


Founded by a young couple, Martin and Sarah Wilde, V:King is a their take on a Swedish lawn game combining classic Swedish design with quality Vermont craftsmanship. The origin dates back to the time of Swedish Vikings. The objective is to use your Battle Axes to topple all of your opponent’s Shields; the first team to conquer the King claims the crown. Look at it as a combination of cornhole and chess. Purchase V:KING.

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9 years ago

How does this involve lacrosse in any way shape or form? The TAGS aren’t even remotely lacrosse-related!

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Wat
9 years ago

How does this involve lacrosse in any way shape or form? The TAGS aren’t even remotely lacrosse-related!

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