7 Best Flag Football Sets | April 2017

7 Best Flag Football Sets | April 2017
Best Mid-Range
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Best High-End
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Best Inexpensive
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With the increasing awareness of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy caused by repetitive concussive injuries to the head, like many parents, you may be reluctant to let your child play full-contact football. But you don't have to deprive him or her of the game completely if you get one of these flag football sets, which are good for both young players and adults to enjoy. Skip to the best flag football set on Amazon.
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When you order the Spectrum Multicolor you can choose from purple, green, blue, red and orange flags, so you can play ball sporting your favorite team's colors. This is a low cost set, with hook and loop fasteners on the belt.
  • high visibility colors
  • nylon belts are adjustable
  • can fray with extended use
Brand Spectrum
Model pending
Weight 1.8 pounds
Rating 4.0 / 5.0
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The WYZworks Velcro Premium costs a few dollars more than most options, and the package doesn't include cones or a ball, but it does come with enough other equipment for 12 players, so you can enjoy a larger six-on-six game.
  • good choice for schools and camps
  • belts fit waists up to 44 inches
  • poor stitching on many flags
Brand WYZworks
Model pending
Weight 1.3 pounds
Rating 4.0 / 5.0
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The Stumptown Sportz Premium is a heavy-duty option, with enough gear for large, 14-player games. Unlike similarly priced packages, it includes 12 full-size playing field marker cones, and a mesh bag for transporting and storing the equipment.
  • three flags per belt
  • red and blue coloring
  • some belts can unravel
Brand Stumptown Sportz
Model pending
Weight pending
Rating 4.5 / 5.0
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The Franklin Sports Mini Playbook comes with enough gear for ten players and a decent-quality football that is suitable for youngsters and adults. The ball's exclusive "Spacelace" lacing system and its tacky, dimpled surface make tossing spirals easy.
  • ball emblazoned with receiver routes
  • teaches fundamentals of sport
  • some flags tear easily
Brand Franklin Sports
Model 33024
Weight 1.5 pounds
Rating 3.9 / 5.0
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The Nerf N-Sports Complete is a good choice for kids or for adults just playing the game for fun. Its clip-on flags attach to your pants or shirt, and enough come with the package for a three-on-three game, in which each player dons two flags, one on each hip.
  • includes all-weather football
  • suitable for ages six and up
  • flags are green and orange
Brand Nerf
Model A0360
Weight 1.6 pounds
Rating 4.6 / 5.0
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This 10-man Sklz Deluxe is value priced and relatively high quality. It comes with orange cones to mark field boundaries and belts that sport bright blue or yellow flags. The whole kit can be packed into an included mesh tote.
  • one-size-fits-most belts
  • rule book comes included
  • durable nylon construction
Brand SKLZ
Model FF02-500-04
Weight 2.3 pounds
Rating 4.9 / 5.0
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The Trained 10-Man Heavy Duty is a premium quality option suitable for teams that play competitively every weekend and practice even more often. Its belts each hold three flags and are easy to adjust to fit many waist sizes.
  • comes with end zone cones
  • yard marker bag included
  • free e-book with plays
Brand Trained
Model pending
Weight 1.7 pounds
Rating 4.6 / 5.0

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Last updated on April 29 2017 by Johnny Woodard

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