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1. Portable Field Hockey Fields

1. Portable Field Hockey Fields
by CSPlatinum

Asin: B0006SD3SM
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: CSPlatinum
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Product Description

The Port-a-Field Portable Athletic Field Lining System is the best new sporting good product to come along in a long time. In less than 2 years Port-a-Field has been used at events Worldwide including the North American Sand Soccer Championships, the Canadian Nationals for Ultimate Frisbee, the FastPlastic National Championships for Wiffle ball, the World Beach Ultimate Championships in Portugal and many other tournaments and events. Port-a-Field is being adopted by many sports leagues as an environmentally friendly alternative to field paint. Users save time and money through multiple uses and field yield is increased by easily moving fields and saving the grass. Made of SuperStrengthHTP (High Tenacity Polymers), the patented Port-a-Field is strong and durable while being lightweight and compact. Even large fields weigh less than 8 lbs. The unique elasticity of the material combined with the anchoring method provided allows the material to move when contacted, going with the play, then popping back into place when released. Now you too can own your own field! Play when and where you want! Makes a great gift for the player that has everything! Our standard fields are a one-piece perimeter with prefabricated corners, custom sized and labeled for you sport. Safety anchors and wickets are included. ... Read more


  • Creates lined fields in minutes
  • Saves time and money over field paint
  • Custom sized and labeled for each sport
  • Incudes all anchoring hardware
  • Portable * Reusable * Weatherproof * Strong * Durable

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