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8' x 24'

Item #2B3406
  1. Great team goal!
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Great team goal!

Top corners are reinforced for added strength!

The Evo features round 4" O.D. front posts and crossbar, 4" x 2" base and back bottom bar and 2" O.D. tube backdrop. All-aluminum construction. Reinforced welded corners for strength and durability.

The Evolution Net System is recessed into the posts for easy net attachment and net clip protection. Powder coated white finish. Includes V-Track alignment system with sturdy no-slip joints, precise alignment of goal parts and excellent fit and finish. Easy to assemble.

Comes with net and Kwik Straps. Lifetime warranty. Semi-permanent and portable. Weight: 201 lbs. per goal. Additional shipping may apply.

Includes: 3 mm Black/White hexagonal net, four Ground Anchors and Kwik Lock Net Clips.

Dimensions: 8'H x 24'W x 3' Top Depth x 9' Bottom Depth

Meets NCAA and NFSHSA specs, meets AS safety and performance specs F2056-00.

Replacement net is item #3B2101.

Goals cannot be shipped internationally.


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