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  1. Team Essential
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Team Essential

Weave in and out, backwards, forwards, side to side - in soccer speed is nothing without precision. Perfect your precision with Veloce poles.

Veloce's new spiked poles have stronger connectors that are reinforced for a longer life span.

Set of six highly visible, 60" poles.

1.5" diameter, made of extremely durable plastic with removable spike.

Break down into two 30" pieces that makes storage and transportation easy. 30" poles can be used for drills as well.

Includes free carry bag.


Los nuevos postes de Veloce vienen con conectores más resistentes los cuales han sido reforzados para hacerlos más duraderos. Juego de seis postes de 60” altamente visibles. Tienen 1.5” de diámetro y han sido hechos de plástico extremadamente duradero con

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