Vintage Deck Jacket

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Our new Vintage Deck StraitJacket protects your deck FROM ITSELF.

This crazy accessory, a tribute to the escape artists who push the limits of ability, features canvas sleeves, aged leather and tarnished brass.

In our own brainstorming sessions with these deck straightjackets (which look like something out of the 1920's), some of the basic routines we've come up with include;

  • •   Numerous Invisible Deck Routines
  • •   Signed Card Appears inside the box in the jacket
  • •   Spectators chosen Card is the only card that escaped the jacket
  • •   Incredible Rising Card Routine
  • •   Card for Card Transposition ('Metamorphosis')
  • •   Triumph (or Reverse-Triumph) Routine


However the potential for routines with this device is limitless. The Vintage Deck Jacket is not just a great looking accessory. It's a myriad of routines and conversation piece in stylish packaging.

Try to restrain yourself... Pick one up today.

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Customer Reviews

  • by John Wofford

    May 26, 2015

    I can't say how much I love this little straight jacket. I often start my shows by escaping out of one and then pull this out of my pocket and shift into tricks. Anytime I whip this little guy out when just performing card tricks everyone wants to get a closer look at it. I pretty much don't go anywhere without one or two on me now.

  • by Dant

    Mar 25, 2015

    Quality product at a great price. Able to tell a wonderful story using an invisible deck. This jacket enhanced the story that I told. I purchased two of these deck jackets. Highly recommend. Dan

  • by Sir Robert

    Jan 27, 2015

    I am very disappointed with this product. You have no idea how many hours it took for me to put on my sister and actually get it tightened. Granted she is early 20's and there was much pain and anguish .. but in the end it was worth it.
    I will get another to see how they look on a deck of cards.
    I need to go now .. she is screaming in pain ... duct tape here I come!