Instructions: Teammates stand on opposite sides and work together to score points by tossing and/or catching the balls. If the shooter's toss comes up short and hits the front of the ramp, the ball will bounce back in the shooter's direction. The opposing team member can catch the ball to gain an extra shot for their team. The first team to score exactly 15 points, wins. See playing guide for more information
UV-protected and waterproof to withstand harsh outdoor elements
Lightweight, strong, and stackable for portability
Ramps: Made in the USA and China; Balls: Made in Thailand
Ramps: Plastic, nylon; Balls: Rubber
Do not stand on the game. Store balls in the bottom ramp, so that they are contained inside the two boards
Two ramps, two nets, two stickers, four balls (two green and two yellow)
An outdoor bounce ball game, RampShot gives any get-together an energy boost. It’s similar to cornhole, but gets more people in on the action trying to catch unpredictable bounces at the backyard, beach, and beyond.
RampShot comes from long-time friends and Makers Josh Bonventre and Kevin Texeira who share a competitive spirit and passion for being outdoors. After Josh prototyped an interactive game for his physical education students, he tapped into Kevin’s business sense to bring it to backyards, parks, and beaches everywhere.
This toss-and-bounce game was inspired by cornhole, but the set-up is where the similarities end. It’s unpredictably fun, thanks to grooves on the ramps that make rubber balls bounce any which way, and all the players have to keep on their toes to stay in the action. Play it on just about any surface—from grass to sand to the driveway—for a fast-moving new way to get your game on.