Striping For Several Sports

With the identity crisis they face, multi-sport fields could spend the entire playing season on a therapist’s couch. At the very least, they could wind up in a sports-medicine clinic from over-use injuries. One day, they’re hosting lacrosse. Later that same day, it might be soccer or field hockey. The next time, maybe the field is used for rugby, flag football, Ultimate football, or some other sport. These fields are the multi-tasking marvels of the park system, and as such, …

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One comment on “Striping For Several Sports

  1. Troy Thunstrom on said:

    Adapting fields with inlaid lines for various sports is not a difficult task. Removable paint, and specialized equipment for removing painted lines, makes this process available for the masses. See www.kromerco.com on the Synthetic Field Maintenance tab and see the unique capabilities of the Chameleon model of the Kromer Co, Field Commander line of tractors for maintaining athletic fields. Or call Troy Thunstrom 952-491-0369 for technical questions related to this process.

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