It does it’s job and works good when you don’t have the paint on the ground. Only thought as other reviewer’s have said, is a more durable zipper on the bag to make putting things away that much easier.
Zipper didn''t last more than two uses. Tension rods are already starting to poke through the orange fabric. Realize lacrosse is a ''niche sport'' so things are expensive but I''m so confused as to why portable creases are so expensive. The costs is what kept us from every buying one as a club but with such a long winter in the north we were forced to buy one to use inside for practices. For $129 I don''t consider it a disposable item that we would need to buy every year.
I bought two of these for my team and the zipper on both bags broke on the third use. One of the inner poles ripped through the outer material on the first use. Overall, these are handy to have for practices but the materials are flimsy.
The actual crease that you get is fine. It folds up like one of those windshield/dashboard covers that you twist and fold on itself. It comes with stakes and metal bars to make it more rigid I guess. But the bag it came in failed almost immediately. Both zippers broke and you could no longer close it. So I basically just leave the bag at home. the bag was something that I required when purchasing it.