Batting Cage Nets

Before you purchase a batting cage net, there are a few important factors to consider. To begin with, you’ll want to consider the material of the batting cage netting you purchase. Batting Cage Sale features batting cages made from either Nylon or Polyethylene. Furthermore, shoppers should consider the thickness of the net material.

In addition to the material and thickness of the net, the use of the net will impact your selection. Batting cage nets wear differently depending on their frequency of usage. We recommend selecting a batting cage net designed for your intended usage.

Lastly, the type of baseball players using the batting cage net may also impact your selection. Some types of batting cage nets may be more suitable for advanced players, while others are perfect for younger baseball players.

Type of Batting Cage Net Material

Some batting cage nets are made from polyethylene (poly for short). This type of netting material offers a stiff, firm batting cage net. These are the best options for shoppers looking for an affordable replacement net. For most players, a poly net should suffice.

Poly batting cage nets have excellent resistance to heat and abrasion. For example, this polyethylene Hit Run Steel Batting Cage Net features durable poly with supportive mesh.

Another option for batting cage net materials is nylon. Nylon is a superior choice for those who want a long-lasting net. Additionally, nylon is usually the top choice amongst commercial training centers and schools that need the ultimate durable batting cage. This Cimarron Sports Batting Cage Net is made of Nylon, for example.

Thickness of Netting & Types of Players

It should also be noted that the thicker the netting, the longer your batting cage net will last. Usually, the twine diameter or thickness is expressed in millimeters. The most common type of outdoor backyard batting cage net usually is either #36 Nylon or #36 Poly, sometimes more. For example, this Hit Run Steal Batting Cage features a durable #42 knotted netting with poly twine.

If you’re looking for an ultra-durable batting cage net, you may wish to find a #60 Nylon. As mentioned above, the setting and frequency of use matter for your selection too. #60 is best for facility or school use.

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  • -12%Cimarron Sports #24 Batting Cage Net
    Original price was: $290.00.Current price is: $255.44.
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  • -11%Cimarron Sports #36 70x12x12ft Batting Cage Net
    Original price was: $850.00.Current price is: $755.05.
  • -12%Cimarron Sports #36 70x14x12ft Batting Cage Net
    Original price was: $925.00.Current price is: $816.12.
  • -16%Cimarron Sports #42 55x14x12ft Batting Cage Net
    Original price was: $860.00.Current price is: $724.99.
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    Original price was: $949.99.Current price is: $818.85.
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    Original price was: $949.99.Current price is: $829.99.
  • -18%Galileo Sports 12x30 Batting Cage Netting
    Original price was: $109.99.Current price is: $89.99.
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    Original price was: $109.89.Current price is: $89.89.
  • -7%Hit Run Steel Batting Cage Netting
    Original price was: $539.00.Current price is: $499.00.
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    Original price was: $739.00.Current price is: $699.00.
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