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Netting

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Netting

  1. Most of our baseball nets are all "hung-square", but we also offer " hung-diamond" netting -- read a comparison of Square vs Diamond.
  2. Standard sizes are 1-3/4" (1.75) diameter mesh for baseball, or 3/4" (.75) diameter for golf netting.
  3. Include knotted construction - far superior to knotless for direct impact sports usage.
  4. Ultra-Violet resistant & Dyed Black for maximum sun resistance.
  5. Black is the best color for reflecting sunlight (darker colors are the most effective - white is the worst).
  6. Indoor lighting can also create UV rays - so it's still important to use a UV-treated netting even when using inside.
  7. When a white net is exposed to UV-light, it will eventually turn an ugly grey color and deteriorate much quicker

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