Wooden Carrom Board 26 inches Medium Size with Coins, Striker and Powder
- You will receive 1 Wooden carrom board along with a set of 24 carrom coins, Supreme Round striker & carrom powder.
- Flat surface and excellent life. Superior quality than most professional level carrom boards and perfect for the regular tournament and international professionals Comes with complete Set
- Wooden Carrom Board Made of natural ply and comes with a Smooth wood polish finish
- carrom board are famous for their smooth playing surface and excellent re-bounce capabilities. At the board’s back, has provided a sturdy reinforcement to enhance the flatness and prevent warping
- Flat surface and excellent life. Superior quality than most professional level carrom boards and perfect for a regular tournament and international professionals
100 in stock
100 in stock
Wooden Carrom Board 26 inches Medium Size with Coins, Striker, and Powder
A good quality wooden carrom board is manufactured from superior quality wood. Has a super-satin and scratch-proof finish for uninterrupted gameplay. Carrom boards are known for their smooth playing surface and excellent re-bounce, with sturdy reinforcement at the boards back to enhance flatness and prevent warping. Wooden Carrom boards are known for their smooth playing surface. excellent re-bounce with sturdy reinforcement at the board’s back to enhance flatness and prevent warping. This Wooden Carrom board for pure fun with friends and family members among sports for all age groups. Use in Summer games. Made of Assam Plywood board and hardwood (Kikar) borders, this Carrom board is the best Indoor and Outdoor sport. SST Sports Wooden carrom boards are compact and lightweight and perfectly suited for young kids and children. The size of the board is 26″ x 26″.
The game is usually played on a square board made of plywood, with a pocket in each corner. The game of carrom originated in India. It became very popular among the masses after World War I. State-level competitions were being held in the different states of India during the early part of the twentieth century. Serious carrom tournaments may have begun in Sri Lanka in 1935 but by 1958, both India and Sri Lanka had formed official federations of carrom clubs, sponsoring tournaments and awarding prizes.