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Batting Cage Nets

Our Batting Cage Nets are available in a variety of materials, sizes, and styles to suit your needs. Whether it’s a heavy-duty professional batting cage net or a batting cage net for recreational or residential use, we have what you need. For instance, we carry Nylon and HDPE nets with sizes available from 12′ or 14′ tall by 12′ or 14′ wide in lengths of 35′, 55′, and 70′. We also have Polyethylene nets that are 10′ wide x 12′ tall and lengths in 12′ increments from 24′ to 72′ long.

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What types of Batting Cage Nets do we offer?

Nylon Nets are a stronger net per twine size compared to our HDPE and Poly nets. And although best suited for an indoor application this batting cage net can also be used outdoors in a consistently dry environment. Available in a #42 Twine size (8-12+ yr. lifespan)

HDPE Nets, are our most popular batting cage for sale and is your best choice for an outdoor application. Made from High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) this netting does not absorb water, therefore, they will not rot, mold or mild from moisture. Available for both the rectangular Shoebox style and also the Trapezoid/A-Shaped Frames. Perfect for commercial and high-end backyard batting cages. Available in a #42, #36 and #24 Twine size  (3-10+ yr. lifespan twine size dependent)

Poly Nets are for the budget-minded. Our polypropylene batting net incorporates a flexible rod frame perfect for a low-cost residential application. (2-4 yr. lifespan)

Other types of netting available include Flat-Panel Nets, Divider/Barrier Nets, and Custom Manufactured Nets.

How do we Ship our Batting Cage Nets?

Our Batting Cage Nets are shipped via. FedEx within 1 business day and arrives within 7 business days.

About our most popular net!

Our HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) is are most popular Baseball Hitting Net. Performs well in both indoor and outdoor applications and is available in a variety of sizes.

What's the difference between our commercial nets. Nylon vs. HDPE?

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