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Item #28389
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Great way to practice your ball skills. comes with two 1.25" poles, two heavy bases, and net. Can be used indoors or outdoors.

118" x 34"


Excelente para practicar tu dominio del balón. Viene con dos postes de 1.25”, dos bases pesadas y la red. Puede ser usada en interiores o al aire libre.

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