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This portable round post goal features a white polymer coating covering the entire goal, all-aluminum construction, Kwik Lock Net System, 3" round heavy gauge aluminum posts, crossbar, and back bottom bar.

Can be used as a portable, semi-permanent, permanent or on artificial turf.

Includes: 3 mm white net, Kwik Straps, four ground anchors and Kwik Lock Net Clips.

Weight: 105 Lbs per goal.

6.5'H x 12'W x 2' Top Depth x 7' Bottom Depth

Replacement net is item #3B5821.

Goals cannot be shipped internationally.


Tubería de aluminio de O.D. de 3”. Construido de todo aluminio con Kwik Lock®.

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