PowerNet Soccer Goal 12x6 Portable Bow Style Net
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- ONE 12 ft x 6 ft GOAL - Instant portable collapsible soccer net. Metal base frame with fiberglass vertical bow style poles
- EASY QUICK SETUP - Goals set up in under 5 minutes. No tools required. Includes metal ground stakes for added stability. Goals can withstand even the hardest shots
- ULTRA PORTABLE - Collapsible training goal folds quickly and easily for instant setup and easy portability. Stores into carrying bag for easy long-term storage and transport in almost any vehicle
- TRAIN ANYWHERE - Great for outdoor and indoor use. Perfect for scrimmages, team training, goalie training and full field games
- 1 YEAR WARRANTY - Our frames, metal and composite parts are covered with a 1-year warranty. We ensure that all products arrive to you without defects
- Includes 1 portable 12 foot by 6 foot goal, ground stakes, bungee and 1 carry bag with shoulder straps. Heavy-duty zipper storage bag
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Lightweight and portable, bring the Powernet Goal anywhere you want to practice.
Move on Field
Move the goal around the field with ease. Easily set up a variety of stations to maximize reps.
Durable Frame and Net
Built tough and designed to take hard shots, season after season.
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2) Simple deployment and breakdown, 3 mins max. for one person.
3) Price about half of what a bownet costs
4) Makes practice feel more like a game & kids take practice more seriously. Allows set pieces, corners, goal kicks, and goal mouth
defending more realism compared to pop up goals.
5) Looks really sweet.
1) I should have bought two
This goal is the real deal I have been coaching kids soccer for 4 years with pop up goals and the powernet is in a class all its own. The mobility of it makes taking it to the 4 sessions I run a week a no brainier. It easily fits in and out of the trunk of my Accord and set up is almost as simple as a pop up goal. The 12x6 size is big enough to make my keeper work and my strikers focus on placement. Super upgrade for any coach.
Yes you must extend the bottom legs or you will end up with a triangle/trapezoid shape, while while not obvious it's in the setup video and step 5 of the instructions, you did read those right? If not luckily for those with an attention span deficit, there are only 9 steps in the 1 page of instructions....but it is a little more verbose than Ikea instructions, there's actually writing here and there describing the pictures..so BONUS. The extension is hidden by the fabric which is why it's not obvious, The first clue that you should refer to those is an 8 foot length base when it's supposed to be 12.
The bow in back is by design, also mentioned...in...the...instructions.
Anyways be careful folding and unfolding that the net has cleared and been unwrapped from and that it doesn't get caught on the pole holders, a really good hard enough yank unfolding I could see someone ripping something. So you may not want to let your kids undo it (unless you have had them pay for it ...in which case it's a good lesson on attention span and taking care of things) as inevitably a piece of the net will be wrap around those little pole holders here and there from storing, moving, etc , in the...instructions it shows a vertical method, I tend to lay it down folded, make sure everything is not caught up (30 seconds), then unfold.