Boshen Soccer Goal Net Football Polyethylene Training Post Nets
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There is no need to install it. Whether something is viewed as easy to put together or take apart is a matter of Although I may not be able to keep taking it apart and putting it back together, until it is broken Although it is possible, it does not have to be easy. I have been storing mine underneath my deck for the past couple years, and so far, it is holding up quite well. It was not the first time I had to replace the net.
In my son's room, the walls are decorated with soccer balls, so yes, I used this as a decorative item to cover the closet doors. I put up curtains in front of his closet door and hung this over them. However, it came to me in pieces, and I am trying to figure out how to upload I saw that it had a slant back when I looked at it before I cut it up.
This is 8 x 24. All school and park goal posts are compatible with this goal post
Selected User Reviews For Boshen Soccer Goal Net Football Polyethylene Training Post Nets
In spite of the fact that this is one of the cheapest soccer goals you'll find, it's pretty durable. It's been a goal on our practice area since March During the Covid period, the kids have been using it fairly consistently. I have not seen any fraying, straining, or mildew on it. The net is definitely not the best choice for a game net, but it is a great choice for practice or rec league level play.
This is very serious. It was the very first time a soccer ball was kicked through this net that it went straight through it. I am not returning because it took me more than an hour to create this (mostly because it was over 100 degrees when I was building it) and there is no way I am taking it down and replacing it For players who are able to kick the ball comfortably with pace, this net might be enough, but I wouldn't buy it for kids who are training six year old players. The course was played three times in one day. Pay what you want, and you'll get what you want.
The fit is good. A 24' net is available to me. Front and sides are made up of 2x4” box steel with a thickness of about 1". Braces on the sides are 5 inches round. A pretty good fit exists between the net and the machine. The ends should be a couple of inches wider. The size and quality are fine for the price. The style may be better suited to another shoe, but otherwise, they are fine.
I am surprised at how poorly made this net is. It had been opened and quite a number of the connection points were already frayed when it was unboxed, and the fitment didn't seem that good. I have kicked several balls at it and it has stood up to several kicks but I doubt it will last a full year with.
The strings were made of cotton and gossamer This is an alternative to hard/stiff polymers that are normally used for outdoor applications. I figured I would at least try it. I gave it to my son, who gave up after an hour of trying to install it. In order to find out what was happening, I went out into the street. We ended up with an 8'x24' size that was well short of what we wanted. There is probably a 2ft width and a 4ft height shortcoming. The deadline for returning has passed. I guess I'll have to search for a different one.
We replaced it because it was 18 months old. Our replacement net has only been on for about a week, and we've already found that it has larger and more numerous holes to date than we did with There is no quality in this.
However, the cost is extremely low. I found the product to be cheaply made, of sloppy quality, and worn. Even if it doesn't last long, it might be useful! Among the prices that I looked at, this was the best. My next visit (which may come sooner than I'd like) I will likely pay more and hope for better quality. To fasten the goal frame to zip ties, Velcro rolls, or bungee balls, make sure to order zip ties, Velcro rolls, and bungee balls.
It was a little bigger than we needed, but the material was decent.