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Turn your field into a training facility!

Euro-Pole is the first company to use a telescopic agility pole with an interlock technology; making them the quickest to assemble and the most convenient to handle and store. Euro-Pole sets up in seconds and the variations are endless. Any player at any age group and skill level can benefit from using Euro-Pole. It can be used for fitness, agility, passing, dribbling, shooting, soccer tennis, and ball control. Euro-Pole turns any field into a dynamic training ground.

This kit includes six telescoping agility poles, four hurdle clips, a 15' soccer-tennis net and a special carrying bag.

To set up soccer tennis net, drive two agility poles into the ground and stretch the net between the two poles.

The four hurdle clips attach to agility poles at various angles, which lets you create your own combinations for just the right training drills for your skill level.


Este juego incluye seis postes telescópicos, cuatro ganchos para obstáculos, red de 15’ para jugar fútbol tenis y bolsa de viaje. Para armar la red de fútbol tenis, ajusta dos postes al terreno y estira la red entre ambos. Los cuatro ganchos se ajustan a l

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