Standing three feet high and anywhere between eight and 14 feet long (it's available in several sizes), they sport a white or black steel frame and a playing surface of reclaimed oak — salvaged from old barns and other structures that would otherwise be laid to waste. The wood comes surrounded by handsome, handstitched leather gutters, which add a touch of class you'd be hard-pressed to find on the dive bar tables you're accustomed to
losing playing on.
Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor, where he heads up Home coverage. Challenge him to a game of shuffleboard and you will probably win.