What is the difference between the Classic and the Tournament sets?

The Classic set is a smaller version of the Tournament set, perhaps best shown by this picture!

How much is shipping? 

We have negotiated awesome rates with UPS and Purolator and offer $19 CAD flat rate ($13-$14.50 USD) shipping per game set to most of Canada and the lower 48 states.

For all other areas, contact us for a quote! We will be glad to help. 

What are your shipping policies? 

North America:
We ship to Canada and United States with UPS, Purolator, or Canada Post. Once ordered, the sets usually ship within 1 - 2 days. Tracking numbers will be provided. 


We ship Canada Post or UPS depending on which is lower cost. Please contact us for rates!

What is Kubb?

Kubb (pronounced [kɵbː] in Swedish or [kubː] in Gutnish) is a super fun lawn game where the objective is to knock over kubbs by throwing wooden batons at them.

Who invented Kubb?

Legend has it that Vikings created the game playing with the bones of their enemies, although we cannot verify it with the Vikings themselves. We know ,from experience,that blood thirstiness is an asset when playing! 

When was Kubb invented? 

The mists of time hold the secret of when Kubb was invented but the first mention of it in books is 1911 in the Swedish encyclopedia.

Where was Kubb invented?

Kubb was first played in Sweden, perhaps first in the region of Gotland

Where can you play Kubb?

You can play Kubb in just about any place imaginable. Lawn, beach, field, or even snow, they are all good places to play Kubb.

How to play Kubb?

All our sets include instruction and rules! For a cool video of how to play, our friends have created a video to get you going!


How to throw the batons in Kubb?

The batons must be thrown underhand, end over end.

How many players can play Kubb at one time?

Anywhere from 2 - 12 players can play Kubb. Perfect for any occasion!