Sea of Sorrows | BLIND BAG | Deluxe L.E. Suede Snow x Prismatic Tears
BLINDBAG EDITION Deluxe L.E. Suede Snow x Prismatic Tears
Battle with mer-warriors from the ocean's depths in our newest aquatic-themed design, featuring exquisite fan art by our very own Amanda LaPalme and Rou.
Inked in a prismatic array of colors on our Deluxe L.E. Snow in it's Snow colorway.
This is the return of our special Blind Bag field cloths that are inked in a random mix of colors that are shipped randomly.
Edge stitching features a single weave of our exclusive Chroma thread, interwoven with shimmering ivory thread.
BLIND BAG EDITION *PLEASE READ*
Blind Bag Edition field cloths are special print runs where we give our printing team a chance to express their mood and artistic side.
Colors are randomly mixedand alternated every 2-3 units, making your cloth an almost guaranteed unique colorway. Blind Bag Edition cloths come woven with a single string of our famed Chroma rainbow thread, whereas Chromas use five intertwined.
They are known around the shop as "Baby Chromas" and are a great chance for you to own something unique in a given print run.
NOTE: Colorways shown in the product images are not all the colors in the set.
ABOUT DELUXE L.E. SUEDE
Deluxe L.E. Suede is the softest and thickest of our suede fabrics and is produced with a soft felt backing, giving your playfield extra depth and weight. It weighs nearly 1/2 a pound (7.1 oz) without ink or stitching. It has become one of our favorites by far because of its premium S-Tier quality and incredible playability.
NOTE ABOUT INK RESLIENCE
Due to its thick fiber, printing on DLES is extremely challenging. The unavoidable downside is ink cracking/creasing that you will notice over time. We make a conscious effort to lay the ink as smoothly as possible in exchange for color vibrancy.
We stand by our belief that ink cracking is another way to show your battle scars and should notplay a factor in the value your field cloth.
HAND-MADE WITH LOVE
Each Pvramid field cloth is lovingly hand-crafted in the U.S.A. from print to stitch.