GET TO KNOW US / HOW WE GOT STARTED
I'm a proud public school teacher who got the idea to build fun dartboards when I was looking to replace a broken living room clock. Long story short, I realized there could be so much more to the great game of darts than just the same old boring circle. I grabbed a deck of cards and a few hours later, the layout for "Poker Darts" was born. After a few more weeks of hard work, long hours, and a lot of saw dust, I had my first prototype. I have a ton of fun designing and building these boards. My favorite part is the creative process of thinking up and testing our exclusive designs. I take great pride in the fun, play-ability, and uniqueness of the dart games, just like I take pride in the quality construction of the boards themselves. I absolutely love staying in touch with past customers and hearing them tell me how much they love playing darts on my boards. I get a tremendous sense of pride in knowing kids (and adults) will be receiving one of my boards as a Christmas gift or birthday present. I get great motivation hearing how boards are exactly what my customers wanted and will be a piece of functional art they will keep for many years. Please e-mail me for additional information or with any questions you might have. My direct e-mail address is: . Follow us on instagram @right_triangle_games for up to date news, new products, pictures, shout outs, and fun! Life's rough, play more games! Always remember to "think outside the circle." Thank you so much for visiting!
- Jay Stoltz, Owner
BOARD CONSTRUCTION AND FUNCTIONALITY
These custom dartboards are great pieces which can easily be left up on the wall as functional art. Darts stick extememly easily with high or low speed throws. If you can hit the board, it will stick, I personally guarantee it. These boards are extremely durable. I have thrown over 2,000 darts at a "Basketball Darts" board of mine and you would never know the board has been hit that many times by looking at it. Thanks to solid wood behind the face cork, darts will never go through the board. The back of the boards meet flush with the side border giving each board a finished look.
ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS