The Gauge of a net refers to its thickness, so a #60 net is
thicker than a #21, for example.
The Mesh Size is the size of each square. Our
nets range from ¾” and 1” mesh for Golf, to 1.5” mesh for Lacrosse and Hockey,
to 1 ¾” mesh for Baseball and Softball, to 4” mesh for Soccer.
The Color of a net may be available in Black,
White, or Green.
Baseball/Softball-All of our gauge options have
1.75” squares, so a baseball or softball will not go through the net. The nylon
gauge options go from #18 to #96, and our most popular choice is the #36. The
#36 is also very popular for Lifeline Netting for boating.
The #36 is available in Black, White,
or Green. The #21 in Black or White. All other baseball/softball gauges are
available in Black only.
Poly nets only come in #36 gauge.
Nets available in Black.
Golf-We offer two nylon golf net options in #18 gauge. For direct
hitting and heavy use, we have High Impact nets with ¾” squares. Nets available
in Black or White.
low impact or longer distances, we have Barrier nets with 1” squares. Nets
available in Black, White, or Green.
Lacrosse-Our lacrosse nets have a
smaller square size (1.5") so a lacrosse ball will not go through them.
They are made form #30 nylon and are available in Black only
Hockey- Our #30 gauge nylon hockey net has a 1.5" square size which
prevents pucks from going through.
available is our 1 3/4" Clear mono-filament netting. This is great for the
top of hockey goals and as barrier netting.
Soccer-We use #36 nylon nets with
a 4” square for soccer to allow the most viewing room possible. Since a soccer
ball is much larger than golf or baseball, the soccer ball will not fit through
the larger mesh squares. Nets available in Black or White.