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Prevent the dent! Protect your house, your car and now your neighbours with this dynamically shaped (patent pending) backstop from HockeyShot. This innovative training aid gives you 26” wide protection off each goal post and 30” high protection above the crossbar. The 11” L-shape corner slope is designed to re-direct pucks back to the middle. Shoot from all sorts of angles without having to chase pucks around the yard! Because of its shape the backstop knocks down more missed shots which means more training time becoming a sniper! This improved puck containment system allows you to practice safe hockey.
- Patent Pending L-Shape Design
- Backstop measures 26” wide (posts x2) x 78” tall x 11” deep
- Easy to install on any size net with push pins and supplied bungee loops/ pull-ties
- Painted powder coated red
- Solid construction with 2-1/4” pipe connections
- Durable, UV-protected 5 mm polyester netting
- Extreme durability – Withstands the hardest slap shots
- PLEASE NOTE: Goal not included with this product but we do have HS Extreme Goal with 2D Backstop available
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Testimonials by the Pros
"I'm always looking for an edge to my game. HockeyShot products, like the Extreme Backstop, are great to help keep my puck handling & shooting sharp during the summer. All of their products help me to prepare better for the next season.”
-John Tavares, Professional Hockey Player
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on June 13, 2018
Love the product although it is a little time consuming and slightly difficult to assemble
on May 22, 2018
My son loves the products
on April 21, 2018
Great product, no problems, will definitely be purchasing more from Hockey Shot
on January 7, 2018
Awesome! And easy to put together
on January 3, 2018
Great product. Well built
on December 5, 2017
Works very well. Wish I had bought this sooner.
on May 19, 2017
No more holes in my basement walls! Solid materials, easy to set up!
on February 25, 2017
Although the directions were just pictures, the backstop was pretty easy to put together. It would have been nice to have better photos for lacing on the net. We didn't want it to bunch up at the end, so we used twist ties to hold the net to the pipes at even intervals and then laced the net to the pipes.
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