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Made for the aspiring pro. This GOLME 6'x18' training goal's patented design offers a durable, regulation-size goal that can be set up in three minutes! And it weighs 22 lbs, which makes it easy to move and transport. Aircraft-grade aluminum frame. Includes two 10" galvanized steel stakes, two 14" galvanized stakes, one HD rubber mallet, one carry bag and one portable goal. Weight: 22 lbs.


Hecha para futuros profesionales. ¡El diseño patentado por Golme hace que esta portería para entrenar de 6’ x 8’ sea duradera, tenga las medidas oficiales y se arme en tres minutos! Y solamente pesa 22 libras, por lo cual se puede transportar fácilmente. A

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