RomperJack Shark Tank Update (Season 13)

RomperJack is a jumpsuit brand designed for men. The brand exclusively designs rompers & jumpsuits for men with premium fabrics and stylish designs. The brand ships its premium dresses to most countries in the world.

This company’s founder Justin Clark. This business idea came to Justin in 2017 when he saw the “Romphim” campaign on Kickstarter. This campaign raised $353,804 in funding in 29 days. Justin researched and found that it doesn’t have any competitors in the men’s romper category at the current time.

To make himself a competitor, he asked his friend for funding for the design and inventor of rompers. Wyatt Thompson and Whizz Tutor co-founders entered the business as partners. Together these three partners launched the Romper Jack business.

Justin Clark and Wyatt Thompson appear on Shark Tank Season 13 Episode 11 with their brand Romper Jack and ask the sharks for $200,000 for 5% equity at $4 Million Valuation.

What Is RomperJack?

RomperJack is a men’s romper company that designs jumpsuits for men at an affordable price range. The company uses high-quality fabrics and premium materials to design Rompers and Jumpsuits.

It also sells swim and hats. It uses 98% cotton and 2% spandex to make original rompers. The print rompers are made from 100% polyester. Hawaiian rompers are made from 98% cotton and 2% spandex.

This brand ships its product to the United States of America and ships to 20 countries internationally. Rompers cost from $60 to $70 and jumpsuits cost from $80 to $100.

Company NameRomperJack
FounderJustin Clark, Wyatt Thompson and one more
ProductAffordable men’s Romper company
Asked For$200k for 5% Equity
Final DealNo Deal
SharkNo Shark
Episode (Shark Tank USA)S13 E11
Air DateJan 14, 2022
Business StatusIn Business
WebsiteVisit Website
HeadquartersLos Angeles, California, United States
Lifetime Worth (Sales)$4.3M *estimated
Go To AmazonBuy Now
Watch OnAmazon Prime

 Another Shark Tank Pitch

Who Is The Founder Of RomperJack?

RomperJack’s Co-Founder is Justin Clark, Wyatt Thompson, and one more people. This company was launched in 2017.

Justin Clark

Justin is the co-founder of multiple companies such as UVO Health, RomperJack, Whiz Tutor, Iuvo Technologies LLC, and Xirsys.

He started his business journey in 2015 by building the Whiz Tutor platform. “Whiz Tutor” is an application through which students and parents can search for nearby tutors.

Justin holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Health Education and Promotion from California State University, Northridge.

Wyatt Thompson

Thompson is the co-founder of this company. He has studied Entrepreneurship and sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles.

He had worked as a product manager at Dollar Shave Club, Tesla, etc. for many years. In January 2022, he has joined Nectar Allergy.

RomperJack Before Shark Tank

The RomperJack store officially launched on July 10, 2017, and the store received over $1,200 in orders on its first day.

There were only 2 companies in the world selling men’s rompers and that’s why organic sales came through online websites.

Promoted their website and product on social platforms like Facebook, Google, Instagram, etc. Every month website gets up to 50k visitors through paid marketing. In 2019, they generated a revenue of around $1 million.

How Was The Shark Tank Pitch Of RomperJack?

Justin and Wyatt both enter Shark Tank and ask the shark for $200k for 5% equity. They uniquely presented their Romperjack brand.

Daymond John is concerned about the $4 million valuation of this business. Justin said their sales in the last 4 years are $3.7 million. They made sales of $1.1 million in the last 12 months.

All these sales were done online through their website. Most of their consumers are LGBTQ those whose age is 25 to 45. Currently, multiple companies have started this category.

Their customer return rate is estimated at 9%. The navy color product is sold for $79 and the flower design product is sold for $69.

The business launched in 2017 and generated $200,000 in sales. In 2018 they made $580,000, in 2019 they made $980,000, in 2020 their sales reached $1.1 million during Covid19 and in 2021 they made $1.5 million year to date.

Their cash flow is positive. Their profit in 2020 was $150,000, in 2021 their profit will be an estimated $350,000.

Mark Cuban said that clothing is not for him, that’s why he is out. Daymond John said that he would not be able to be a part of their community when he is out. Peter Jones said that this business needs more money to grow, he is out.

Lori Graner said that this business is not right for her, so she is out. Kevin O’Leary said he likes it product but he doesn’t love it then he is out.

Finalize: RomperJack didn’t get the deal on Shark Tank.

RomperJack Shark Tank Update

Romperjack didn’t get the deal in Shark Tank, Peter said that this business needs a lot of investment to become a big brand.

Nowadays many brands are designing romper-style clothing products these include Zara, mrporter, stellamccartney, matchesfashion, jcrew and many more. The company has launched a new brand, JclarkDesigned, which sells Felt Stylist Carrying Cases and Aprons products.

The Shark Tank episode of Romperjack aired on January 14, 2022. Thousands of visitors visited the shop’s website after this episode.

In mid-2021, this company had sold a total of $3.7 million. So far in January 2023, no correct information about this company has been available.

We’re following Justin Clark and Wyatt Thompson along with their company for further updates.

What Is RomperJack Net Worth?

RomperJack was worth $4 million in Shark Tank. In current times, many brands are launching clothes for men and women in romper style.

Clothing brands are a very competitive industry, and many brands have come into this industry. At present, it is very difficult for a new startup to survive in the clothing industry.

According to Similarweb data, in December 2022, 50k monthly users are visiting the RomperJack website. More than 60% of users are visiting this website directly. People aged 18 to 44 are visiting the website, out of them 56% are male and 44% are female.

Various of media publications have featured the company such as GQ, Esquire, and many more.

Yes, RomperJack is still in business as of April 2024.

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