Franklin 3' x 5' 3-in-1 Steel Soccer Training Goal

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Franklin 3' x 5' 3-in-1 Steel Soccer Training Goal is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Franklin 3' x 5' 3-in-1 Steel Soccer Training Goal
Franklin 3' x 5' 3-in-1 Steel Soccer Training Goal
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Master the core elements of the game’s offensive skillset by varying your training regimen with the Franklin® 3-in-1 Steel Soccer Goal. Able to be used as a rebounder, shooting target, or standard goal, this trainer focuses on your ability to trap, pass, and launch shots with precision to help you prepare for any game time situation.

Multi-Purpose Trainer

  • Bungee/rebounding system returns the ball to you to help work on trapping and receiving drills
  • Included target features strategic gaps along the corners to focus on high-scoring areas
  • Removable target allows you to use as a standard goal for scrimmages or recreational play

Heavy-Duty Construction

  • Steel frame delivers superior durability for long-lasting play
  • Competition style netting minimizes deterioration to reduce chances of holes

Additional Details

  • Manufacturer’s Warranty: 90 day limited
  • Brand: Franklin
  • Country of Origin: Imported
  • Style: 19300X

Web ID: 18FRAY3X53N1STLTRSCT

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent starter net for little kids Bought this for my 5 and 7 year old kids for Christmas. It's a decent starter net that feels relatively sturdy - my kids aren't overly strong so if you have big kids they may kick hard enough to knock it over. The rebounder doesn't stretch to the ground so you have to lift the ball to get it to actually rebound. When setting up, the net seems like it will have huge (bigger the the ball) gaps all around, but give it 24 hours and things stretch out a bit.
Date published: 2018-12-26
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