The long lost counterpart to the famous Midnight Fuel. This is a deck to bring out of the shadows and enjoy at High Noon.
Ace FULTONS Cowboy Denim housed in a one off tuck printed on thick , textured white letterpress paper.
Each deck is affixed with a redux of the original Midnight Fuel Seal.
Only 99 will ever be made of this edition.
In 2013 Brad Fulton had the idea to make a version of his legendary Ace FULTONS that resembled “Cowboy Denim.” Growing up in the American West , Fulton was always inspired by the faded jeans of cowboys and the contrasting stitching seen on the seems and pockets.
Working with his partners Dan & Dave Buck, Brad Designed the ultimate Ace Fulton, complete with patterned inside tuck printing.
It’s a long story but something went horribly wrong and this now famous deck was never released to the public and only a handful of the originals remain. Over the years the legend has grown and scarcity has reached an all time high.
This is the official Cowboy Denim, produced to the original standards envisioned almost eight years ago.
The box is printed on actual recycled denim. Gold foil stamping. Internal pattern foiling. A tuck for the ages.
For the first time in years the original Ace Fulton Custom Face and Court Cards return along with Lady Luck and the color stroked iconic Ace Fulton Spade. Complete with the original Ace Small Indices known and loved by cheats everywhere.
No detail has been left behind. This is the ultimate Ace Fulton and just in time to kick off it’s TENTH ANNIVERSARY.
Cards printed by US Playing Card Co on Cambric Thin Stock developed by Dan & Dave Buck for the Hollingworth Project.
Tuck printed on recycled denim by Clove St Press in San Diego, CA.
This is the LIMITED EDITION alternate tuck of Phoenix. Printed on WHEAT--which gives the appearance of tobacco stained paper. This is the ultimate ode to card box printing and a love letter to the finest paper one can find. Only 100 of these exist and this paper is sadly not made any longer.
A true collectors item sure to gain appreciation with age.
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