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#21 Deluxe Nylon Batting Cage Net: 12’H x 14’W x 70’L

With Door, Baffle Net, Sewn Border, Rib Support, Steel Corner Snaps

SKU: BH2470

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The FlexNets #21 Nylon 12’H x 14’W x 70’L is a Standard Size Batting Cage Net and the minimum recommended for Little League use.


Included Features

  • (4) Steel Snap Hooks (Sewn Into Ceiling Corners)
  • Large Impact Baffle Net (Sewn Behind Batter)
  • Large Door (With Safety Overlap)
  • Border Rope (With Heavy-Duty Stitching)
  • Ceiling Ribline (For Easier Installation)
  • 1-7/8 inch Square Mesh (Contains Baseballs)

#21 Nylon Specs

  • Breaking Strength: 209 lbs
  • Thread Diameter: 2.0 mm
  • Mesh Size: 1-7/8″
  • Estimated Life Span: 4-6 years
  • Water Resistant
  • UV Protection
  • Two Year Warranty
batting cage net diagram

steel snap hooks
Steel Snap Hooks

sewn edge rope
Sewn Edge Rope

batting cage door
Safe Door (sheepadoodle not included)

#21 Nylon Batting Cage Net

If you’re looking for an absolutely LOADED batting cage net, the best overall value on the planet for cost to quality is a FlexNet.

Designed by coaches & players, a FlexNet includes all of the most popular features, as standards, such as door (with safety flap), rib line (for easier installation), and baffle impact net (to extend the lifespan).

Currently used by thousands of organizations throughout the world, from Little League to MLB teams and pro players, you can depend on a FlexNet to be high quality, long lasting, and dependable.

Nylon is a more durable material than Poly, but Poly is naturally waterproof, and less expensive than Nylon.

Nylon has a resin bond to provide some water resistance, but requires NetSeal to be truly waterproof.

Not the Right Size?

Shop all of our standard size batting cage nets or build a custom net to any size.

Optional Features


NetSeal is a latex dip recommended for all outdoor Nylon nets. Latex is absorbed into the fabric of the net to improve water resistance.

Nylon nets with NetSeal require an additional 3 days to soak before shipping. Additional drying days may be required.

Batting Cage Turf Roll

Save 5% on a turf roll and protect your floor, and baseballs and softballs while improving the looks and shock absorption of your batting cage. Turf can be cut down on site. Shop all of our turf rolls.

(1) 15ft x 72ft Triple Crown 36 oz Nylon Artificial Turf no Foam Pad

Indoor Installation

Save 5% on installation hardware get everything you need to install your net indoors by adding this basic hardware kit to your net. Contents of kits described below. Simply select the kit that’s right for your wall structures.

Wood Header is not included.

Never anchor directly into drywall.

Shop all batting cage installation hardware

installation kit diagram

Optional Outdoor Installation Batting Cage Frames


nCage Varsity

The nCage Varsity is our entry-level outdoor batting cage, ideal for backyards and schools on a budget.

PVC Ground sleeves allow for disassembly for off-season storage, if needed.

Simple construction allows for frame assembly with no bolts or pins.

No tools needed other than a step-ladder, an allen-wrench for the elbows, and a shovel for the ground holes.

55'L Batting Cage Frame

nCage Collegiate

The nCage Collegiate Outdoor Batting Cage In Ground frame is a high-end outdoor batting cage frame kit, excellent for teams, and parks.

The nCage Collegiate has become more popular with homeowners every year.

The minimal number of poles, reduce required ground holes, saving labor and concrete costs, and also reduce the chance for ball ricochet.


nCage Pro

The nCage Pro is our flagship outdoor batting cage system.

Beefy 6 ft 5/8 inch diameter poles reduce the number of ground holes necessary and the unique design eliminates the potential for ricochets.

The clean, streamlined appearance is populare with facilities nationwide, but homeowners have began to appreciate the value of a professional looking cage in their backyard as well.

Nylon vs Poly. Which Material is Right For Your Baseball & Softball Batting Cage Net?

There are two types of netting materials used for baseball and softball, Nylon and Poly.

Poly, because it less durable than Nylon, is considered more of a backyard, hobby type of material.

Poly, a plastic material, is suitable for outside use, without additional treatment.


  • More durable than Poly
  • Resin Bond provides some weather-resistance
  • Requires NetSeal Latex Dip to be fully waterproof
  • DuPont Nylon is the highest quality Nylon


  • Stiffer, with less give than Nylon
  • Less durable than Nylon
  • Weather-Resistant
  • Waterproof

Standard Size Batting Cage Net Won’t Work in Your Area?

We can custom build a net to any size. Visit our Custom Net Calculator, enter your dimensions, and receive an instant quote in a variety of materials.

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