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Features:

  • Official game goal of the NCAA Championships
  • Official size of 6'x6'x7'
  • Heavy Duty 1.9" powder-coated steel pipe
  • 4" flat base bar
  • Welded lacing bar for easy net attachment
  • Sturdy two-piece construction
  • Net not included

Note: Net NOT included. Pictures are for illustration only.







150lbs!







THIS ITEMS SHIPS TRUCK FREIGHT AND NEEDS TO BE SENT TO A COMMERCIAL ADDRESS, PREFERABLY WITH A LOADING DOCK - Otherwise surcharges may apply

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Lax goals are sturdy but come apart without a fix

by - verified purchaser From KATY, TX
Overall a great lacrosse goal. A bit on the heavy side, but it is very sturdy. Need to make your own fix to hold the upper and lower parts together, which requires drilling two holes and inserting bolts.
Pros:
Sturdy. Lacing rails on all surfaces make stringing the nets a breeze.
Cons:
Need a means of joining the u-shaped goal piece to the v-shaped bottom piece. I had to drill a hole through the connecting pipe parts and insert a bolt through them to keep the upper and lower parts together. Otherwise the goal comes apart when you lift it from the top or side bars. Gravity holds the goal together when it is on the ground, but something is needed to hold the goal together when it is being lifted for movement or repositioning.

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Ratings & Reviews

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1 star
0% 0 reviews
Based on 1 Review

Most Helpful Reviews

Lax goals are sturdy but come apart without a fix

by - verified purchaser From KATY, TX
Overall a great lacrosse goal. A bit on the heavy side, but it is very sturdy. Need to make your own fix to hold the upper and lower parts together, which requires drilling two holes and inserting bolts.
Pros:
Sturdy. Lacing rails on all surfaces make stringing the nets a breeze.
Cons:
Need a means of joining the u-shaped goal piece to the v-shaped bottom piece. I had to drill a hole through the connecting pipe parts and insert a bolt through them to keep the upper and lower parts together. Otherwise the goal comes apart when you lift it from the top or side bars. Gravity holds the goal together when it is on the ground, but something is needed to hold the goal together when it is being lifted for movement or repositioning.

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