Franklin 6' x 4' Adjustable Soccer Rebounder
The Franklin® 6' x 4' Adjustable Soccer Rebounder is ideal for developing players' skills in the box. A specialized multi-angle design allows the soccer bounceback to adjust to different angles to return both on the ground and in air practice shots. This training aid features an all-weather target net with bungee cords and a heavy-duty steel tube frame to withstand years of practice.
- Exclusive design adjusts to different angles for various ball return options
- Heavy-duty steel tubing, 1.25" outer diameter
- Precision-fit locking pins for secure and easy assembly
- All-weather target net with bungee cord attachment
- 4 galvanized ground stakes
- Dimensions: 6' Width x 4' Height x 3' Depth
- Recommended for training drills
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 11449446
Rated 3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by scubapsych minutes to Setup, hours of fun I was able to set the rebounder up in just under 15 minutes, which allowed my children to spend a majority of Christmas day enjoying thier present. My 4 and 7 year old love playing soccer in the basement and it is good exercise for me too! If you have children who want to get better at soccer, this is a great product. It will help them with trapping, passing, and shooting skills. January 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by PB A nice target I like the rebounder, but a kick that is too hard will take the "staples" out of the ground. August 13, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by G45 Bungee problem Bungee cords fraying apart after just a year. Will have to spend more money on the rebounder. July 5, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Striker 9 Beginners Only I got this rebounder for my 10 year old son who plays travel ball. Anchors provided will not hold it on the ground, I had to use large tent anchors with tie downs to keep it in place. Shortly there after, now that it is more steady, the force of his shots has ripped the netting. No substitute for a solid brick wall and a cheap ball. Might be fine for the beginner but not more experienced, skilled players. August 6, 2012
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