Materials: Aluminum frame, PVC-backed polyester board and carry bag, and bean bags filled with pellets
Lightweight, durable, and portable board does not require assembly—just unfold the platform and start playing
Features three different size holes, with the highest points awarded to tosses into the smallest hole, and can-shaped bags that expand the range of possible shots
Designed for group play for 2 to 4 players
Includes: 2 collapsible target boards; 16 barrel-shaped bean bags (4 blue, 4 navy, 4 yellow, and 4 orange); laminated, weatherproof rules; and a custom carry bag with adjustable strap and vented bottom
Made in China
Dimensions: 37" x 5" x 3"
Weight: 11.4 lbs.
Turtle Toss is a bean bag toss game, similar to cornhole. But a lot easier to carry. Its foldable polyester board packs and travels easily, almost like a beach chair.
Founders Jeanne and Allen Bell got into game design to pry their two boys away from video games. Watching a cornhole contest while tailgating, Allen noticed how heavy the board was to transport. By contrast, he saw dozens of people carrying portable chairs over their shoulders. That was his a-ha moment.
Lightweight and durable, Turtle Toss comes in an easy-to-carry shoulder bag. There’s no assembly required—just unfold the game and play. When you’re done, fold it back up.
But portability isn’t the only innovation the Bells brought to their new game. The fabric board stays taut. The distinct barrel-shaped bags let you put a spin on your toss. The carrying bag’s mesh bottom lets sand and dirt fall through. And the holes in the board itself are lined with mesh, so they’ll catch your toss . . . and keep it off the ground.
As the Bells can attest, everyone likes this fun, well-designed twist on a classic outdoor game. Even video-game obsessed kids.