Alumagoal Alumagoal Carry Goal Goal & Net P69390 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/AC/AC-STSGPTBG.jpg Alumagoal Carry Goal Goal & Net 69390 115.85lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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    Want to play soccer Need a field Then, you need the Alumagoal Portable Carry Goal so you can set up a field quickly and easily. Comes with all the pieces you need for your soccer goal. Made of 2" strong aluminum tubing. The longest piece of the 3-piece front crossbar is only 8'9" making transport easy. Goal comes with carry bag, four ground stakes and one full-size, weather-resistant net.
    One Alumagoal Portable Carry Goal is 8Hx24'W (assembled). Weighs 60 lbs. 

    • 8'H x 24"W goal, convenient carry bag, 4 ground stakes and one full size weather resistant net
    • Constructed of 2" extra-strong aluminum tubing
    • Fast break-down and convenient portability with a 3-piece front crossbar system
    • Optional all-surface conversion shoes available. 2/pr required per goal
    • Weight: 60 lbs.


This item is Goal & Net only. The image is just for reference.

NOTE: PO Box delivery is not available.
STSGPTBGGoal & Net
1366835Optional All Surface Shoe
1033526Replacement Net


Guarantee InfoThis item is guaranteed to be free of defects in workmanship or materials for 1 year limited warranty (from the original date of delivery). We agrees to repair or replace without charge, a product judged defective for either of these reasons and to return the item (or its replacement) freight prepaid. This policy is honored only when the product is inspected and found to have experienced normal use.




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