1960s Vintage JOKARI French Wooden Paddle Game Set

24.00 

  • Vintage pair of Jokari wooden paddles
  • Made in France
  • Marked “Enfant” (child)
  • Length: 38 cm
  • Nice vintage condition / some signs of use

Only 1 left in stock

Description

Jokari is a paddle ball game principally for two players, but it can also be played solo. The game consists of a rubber ball attached to an anchor by means of a long elastic band, which makes the ball come back when you hit it. Jokari is played with wooden paddles. The Jokari was invented in France in 1938 by Louis Joseph Miremont. It’s the world’s greatest ball-on-a-string paddle or racket game. In the movie The Misfits (1961) Marilyn Monroe is depicted whacking a Jokari paddle ball

Additional information

Weight 0.6 kg