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Why is Nylon the best Batting Cage Netting material?

Let's take a closer look at nylon batting cage nets. What is Nylon? Nylon is a polyamide invented by the DuPont Corporation in the late 1930’s. Nylon was intended to be a synthetic replacement for silk. During World War II nylon was substituted for silk in parachutes, ropes, flak vests, vehicle tires, and combat uniforms. [...]

Net Storage Tips

Since winter is rapidly approaching, now is the time to consider taking down your outdoor net. Leaving netting up year round in climates that freeze can drastically reduce the life-span of your net. When the netting retains moisture and freezes, it makes the material brittle and more susceptible to fraying. It would be ideal to [...]

Backstop Netting Tips and Tricks

Barrier Net Tips & Tricks A barrier net is a safe, inexpensive way to help contain balls of any size in a designated play area. But before you purchase a barrier net, it’s helpful to keep in mind these tips and tricks to make the process as easy and efficient as possible. Know Your Mesh [...]

Custom Netting Features

Our netting can be built with some additional features that add functionality and well as increase productive use of the materials. This is a following outline of what can be added and the purpose for each addition. First let’s start with the netting materials. Many people have inquired about the difference between our Standard Nylon [...]

Can I Use My Batting Cage Net For Golf?

We get asked this question a lot, and the short answer to whether or not your batting cage net can be used for golf is, “No.” However, the long answer is, “Probably.” Let’s take a closer look and see how we can make this work. First, you’ll need to know a little bit about the [...]

Batting Cage Net Terminology: What Does Gauge Mean?

When it comes to netting for batting cages, there’s often a lot of questions. For instance, what’s the difference between nylon and Poly? Easy answer: Poly is less durable than nylon, so is considered more of a hobby or backyard material. Nylon is a more durable material, so if you want your netting to last [...]

Dimensions: Measuring Tips for your Netting Usage

Net Size : Cut Yourself Some Slack There’s a few simple things to keep in mind when determining how much netting you’ll need for your cage. First, be sure to add an extra 12 inches to the height of your net. Having that extra netting sag down is going to help gather loose balls. This [...]

Barrier Net Installation Tips for Basketball Courts and Multisport Courts

A lot of our customers use netting to enclose an outdoor basketball court. We call this type of netting barrier netting. You can receive an instant quote on a baseball or golf barrier net using our Custom Net Calculator. Of if you’d like to enclose the area with a larger mesh size, like basketball or [...]

Batting Cage Net Getting Started Guide

There are some basic questions you need to answer before buying your batting cage net. This brief Getting Started Guide is designed to help you answer those questions, so that you can match the right batting cage net with your needs and budget. Reading this guide before you buy, will save you both time and […]

Custom Nets By Practice Sports

Since 2001 Practice Sports has provided custom nets to premier sports facilities nationwide, and homes across the United States. While the majority of our nets are custom built to use in for baseball and softball, our ShellCages can be custom built for multi-sport use. ShellCages are a great way for sports facilities to open up [...]

Custom Nets – Tips and Tricks

Custom nets have a long, history dating back before the stone age. In fact some nets from the stone age don’t look much different from contemporary nets used for batting cages. Nets can be made from almost any sort of fiber, but most nets built today are made from synthetic materials. Nets have a wide [...]
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