BlackNet

Nov 23, 2015

Category: Gear

Public parks and neglected basketball courts around the nation have one thing in common: half of their basketball hoops are missing the net. The BlackNet is the first portable basketball net that installs (and uninstalls) in just seconds.

The product uses a simple design that allows users to install the net by placing a ball in and throwing it onto the rim that’s already there. And, uninstalling is just as easy, as you just throw a ball up through the bottom of the net to pop it back out. The net’s ring is made out of rigid soft touch composite foam that’s even able to withstand a full adult’s weight without breaking. So if you’re looking to add the swish back into your game, it’s available now for $30. [Purchase]

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