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06-04-2010, 04:41 AM
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RichterLundqvist
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Franklin Nets tend to be lightweight and break in my experience. I must've had about 7 or 8 different nets from when I was a very young kid to my early 20's. This net above has lasted me 4 or 5 years now with no rust; the backstop on it is awesome and the tubing withstands full bore slapshots no issue. Granted I don't know your climate but this thing takes the full brunt of winter in central new york year after year and the only maintenance I've had to do has been to occasionally re-tie the top net for tension. Can also buy the net by itself.

If you do go with one of the 3 you found; don't get the PVC one. Might as well just light your money on fire. (This is assuming you're shooting real pucks; not street hockey)

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