Romperjack Update | Shark Tank Season 13

The men’s romper scene is thriving, according to entrepreneurs Justin Clark and Wyatt Thompson. The pair are bringing a fresh, patterned spin to the market with their apparel brand, Romperjack. Did the sharks find the unique look appealing during the duo’s Shark Tank Season 13 pitch? Let’s take a look at where they are now in our Romperjack update.

If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to Romperjack after Shark Tank!

Justin Clark and Wyatt Thompson appeared on Shark Tank Season 13 and left without a deal. In terms of a Romperjack update, the company is still in business and has grown to an estimated $1.5 million in annual revenue. Further, they’ve got a loyal following of customers, with 30,000 Instagram followers and celebrities like Dax Shepard donning the fashion-forward rompers.

Shark: Result:
Mark Cuban  No Offer
Lori Greiner No Offer
Kevin O’Leary No Offer
Daymond John No Offer
Peter Jones No Offer

Shark Tank Romperjack Update

  • Entrepreneurs: Justin Clark and Wyatt Thompson
  • Business: Rompers for men
  • Ask: $200,000 for 5% equity
  • Result: No deal
  • Shark: None

Justin Clark and Wyatt Thompson jumped on the romper trend after seeing successful Kickstarters from other companies. They were the first company to sell male rompers through their apparel line Romperjack, beating their competition to the market.

Justin and Wyatt entered Shark Tank Season 13 wearing nondescript suits but didn’t waste any time revealing the fun outfits underneath.

With clean lines and a put-together look, the rompers have proven to be wildly popular since the company’s inception. They come in a wide variety of patterns ranging from subtle to bold.

In the 12 months before filming, Romperjack had $1.1 million in direct-to-consumer sales, a statistic that impresses the sharks. Despite their quick jump into the market, however, the fashion space is crowded with heavy competition.

While they appreciate the bold style choice, the colorful and vibrant designs make the sharks a bit confused about the target market. Justin and Wyatt share that their market is mostly the LGBTQ community and the majority of their consumers are gay men.

Mark Cuban is the first shark to go out, sharing that clothing simply isn’t his thing.

Daymond John follows, stating that he has to love the product. Additionally, he just can’t see himself wearing the rompers confidently.

Next, guest shark Peter Jones tells them that the clothing space requires a lot of cash. Therefore, he goes out.

Lori Greiner appreciates the product, and the duo tries to sway her with the forthcoming Romperjill for women. Unfortunately, it’s not for her and she goes out, as well.

Soon, Kevin O’Leary is the only remaining shark. He likes the business, but he doesn’t love it.

Because he’s not overly interested in the product, he’s out. So, despite an enthusiastic pitch and successful product, Justin and Wyatt walk away without a deal.

So, how has the company fared since their time in the tank? Find out where they are now in our Romperjack update.

Following their appearance on Shark Tank, Romperjack is still going strong and has grown to an estimated $1.5 million in annual revenue.

Further, our Romperjack update found that the stylish rompers have gained a large following, and even celebrities like Dax Shepard are wearing the outfits. On the company site, the rompers retail for anywhere from $69 to $199.

They’re still bringing their signature rompers to fashion-forward customers nationwide. Additionally, they now sell other clothing on the Romperjack website including jumpsuits golf polos, swimwear, and more.

Despite not landing a shark, Romperjack has continued to grow and reach more of its target market and beyond. The website gets around 40,000 visitors a month and they have around 30,000 followers on Instagram.

It looks like Justin is bringing his entrepreneurial skills to a new venture, as well, having started a new company called Whiz Tutor. Based on Justin’s interview with Flippa, it looks like our next Romperjack update might include new leadership.

Before you go, check out our other company updates from Shark Tank Season 13 Episode 11:

Interested in more company updates from Shark Tank Season 13? Take a look at our Season 13 products page.

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Kimberly is a writer for Shark Tank Recap. She has written episode summaries and updates across multiple seasons of Shark Tank, with a focus on complete and accurate information since 2021. She believes that getting the business aspects of each deal correct is extremely important for viewers and fans. Her favorite Shark Tank products are The Wobbles and Rocketbook!