COPAG 310 introduces the exclusive TRUE LINEN B9 FINISH for supreme handling and the ultimate flourish. Inspired by you. Developed in the pursuit of mastery. Made for players, cardists, and magicians.
For over two years, COPAG 310 was developed by working closely together with expert players, cardists, and magicians. The exclusive TRUE LINEN B9 FINISH of the COPAG 310 deck ensures supreme handling and longevity. It has been developed specifically in the pursuit of the perfect sleight and the ultimate flourish. This finish is the result of intense R&D and more than 300 prototypes, tried and tested. This to create a deck ready to use straight out of the box. The soft but springy nature of the cards, and the smoothness of handling, lie in a carefully constructed balance between stock, coating, linen finish and cutting. Tailored to your needs.
We could state 310 is bound to 3/10, the 3rd of October -- the first time TRUE LINEN B9 FINISH went into production. Some might think 310 has a reference to Ancient Greek numerology. Magicians might tell you 310 refers to 31/10, World Magic Day. But what does 310 mean to you?
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Great finish and feel for cardistry. Feels thin and thick at the same time. Hard to explain but the finish and feel is fantastic. Still prefer USPCC, but opening a new door.
Better than bikes
They last longer, look better, feel better, and are almost the same price as rider backs.
Love the cards. Easy for my fingers to shuffle
Weird in a great way, different feel, soft while still snappy. Nice to see something new that can rival USPCC.
These cards are alot thickerbthen bicycle standards. Thick pips, and the feel different but good. I recommend you get them.
Better then bics
The last longer and fan longer and always remain smooth reason i gave them a 4 not a 5 is they don’t stick together as good as bics so double lifting techniques are harder and the stock sometimes retains a bend so in packet cuts they can split apart making it hard to flourish with but for gambling demonstrations perfect deck bottom second and greek deals are super easy and almost never pull other cards out