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Item #3612
  1. Awesome portable goal!
  2. $349.99
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Awesome portable goal!

Sets up in less than three minutes! Folds easily into a 10" x 48" bag. Durable construction. Only 25 lbs. One person can easily set up with no screws or snags - just snaps! Rugged steel and fiberglass pole design. No tools needed for set up. Sets up in less than three minutes! 100% poly UV-treated knotless net. Powder coated 25 mm diameter steel pipe with 12.7 mm fiberglass bow poles. Comes with carry case.


¡Se arma en menos de tres minutos! Se dobla fácilmente en una bolsa de 10” x 48” y pesa solamente 25 libras. Una sola persona basta para armarla. Diseño en los postes de acero poroso y fibra de vidrio. No requiere herramientas para ser instalada. Red de 10

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