The next step down from a full force made for TV collegiate goal. Super heavy duty and designed for varsity high school programs across the nation. This is serious setup used by the big time top level programs here in the Northeast and Florida. These are Strong Island worthy if you know catch our drift... Our best seller to all the top level high school programs that we service here at Lax.com.
| - ALAlaxer14 11/20/11 reply|
I'm in middle school, 8th grade, should I practice on a highschool net or a college net?
| - SayreLax 5/08/10 reply|
would anybody happen to know the dimensions of this goal? 6x6?
| - CentervilleLacrosse 12/23/09 reply|
haha I would put a hole through this net these days, I'm scorchin' bout 125 mph these days, still climbing
| - danburkhart 5/06/10 reply|
get real the record shot is only 111mph so i doubt ur even close to it
| - kateinla 10/20/10 reply|
CentervilleLacrosse should just disappear......Jesus Rabil - love it.
| - laxbroman 9/06/09 reply|
How many feet of string do i need to attach the net to the goal?
| - kjohn9876 3/25/09 reply|
whennnn will these be back in stock!!!????
I need one as soon as possible.
| - nickmess14 6/04/08 reply|
whats the different between this and the college one
| - Spartan_L_A_X 5/16/11 reply|
THEY ARE ALL THE SAME SIZE! they are all 6x6 and 7ft in depth. Also, some colledge goals are made with 2in bars instead of 1.75in Practice goals are anywhere from 1in to 1.5in. Also, the main thing to a long lasting lacrosse goal is make sure it metal bars of some kind and that the netting is 3mm or thicker, I would recommend 4mm or higher for the most durability
| - warrior4life11 3/07/08 reply|
can you take this frame apart and put if back together and stuff?
| - watupblood 8/16/07 reply|
me and my friends wanted to see how strong this goal was so we took gunpowder and a barrel and fired the ball 255mph and it was like it was nuting to the goal