NEW! - Backstop CURV 10' x 30' Adjustable Angle System w/3mm knotted poly net by CrankShooter®CrankShooter™
The NEW adjustable angle Backstop CURV™ is the result of Latest version of the CrankShooter Mobile Backstop net system is an easy to assemble and easy to take down piece of lacrosse field equipment. With engineered joints at 10-foot intervals, the Backstop CURV™ is rugged and can be configured in an assortment of angles. Fitted with a new super twist poly 3.0 mm black net (vs. typical 2.0) net that is UV and Weather resistant, the Mobile Backstop system is also fully black to better blend into the background in any field or backyard. The latest version has dual reinforced welds at joints at the vertical pole base for stronger system integrity during high wind events & weather. This system also has diagonal braces at each vertical pole for additional reinforcement for toughness.
With no support wires attached to this product, it is great for indoors and for outdoors where it is easy to move when mowing or repositioning. This product ships via UPS and leaves the dock typically within 24 hours. Sorry no free shipping on this product. This product needs a fairly flat level surface to perform properly. Sandbags on the feet are suggested for high wind environments.
Here are some of the Specs:
1. Adjustable in a wide range of configurations
2. We made our net 3.0 mm using weather treated knotted netting for strength and longevity.
3. All components are black so they will blend into the background whether on the field or in your backyard.
4. 1.25" diameter x 1.4mm thick powder coated metal support poles
5. Easy to assemble.
Perfect solution to our problem. Keeps lacrosse balls from being lost in our woods.
NEW! - Backstop CURV 10' x 30' Adjustable Angle System w/3mm knotted poly net by CrankShooter.
Great buy. Easy set up. I don't know how many lax balls and how much time we have saved.
Perfect. Great set up for practicing shots from all angles.
We have been very happy with these nets.
More detailed instructions would have been helpful
Could have used better instructions? Maybe just me?