Heavy-duty nylon carrier with reinforced aluminium frame ball cart, measures 25" x 25" x 39". Provides ample room for storage and transportation of up to 30 volleyballs or 24 water polo balls. Comes complete with casters and durable rubber wheels. Side pocket for storing coaches' clipboards, etc. When not in use, the cart collapses quickly and stores anywhere.
Specs: Measures 25" W x 25" D x 39" H.
Also available in Royal Blue, Black,
Red and Red White and Blue
Ball cart bag available in matching colors.
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