Jacks & Jokers is a clothing company that uses the iconic pictures of the United States Playing Card Company on all their clothing. Most people recognize the images of the Bicycle Cards franchise, but they may not be familiar with the storied history of the cards. Founded in 1867 by a printing company, the card company was spun off in 1894 as a separate business due to its success. The company has for over a century rolled out lines such as the Aviator in 1927, to commemorate Charles Lindbergh’s trans-Atlantic flight; the Tally-Ho, which is popular with magic shops and magicians; and the PokerPeek, which was introduced at the 2007 World Series of Poker — with cards showing the rank and suit of each card at all four corners as a help to poker players.
In honor of this distinctly American tradition of leisure, Jacks and Jokers presents a line of clothing and accessories that keeps its spirit alive.