|Net Type||Black heavy-weight nylonMade for outdoor use|
|Dimensions||10' x 10'Chain together as many as you want|
|Post||Square tubular steel powder coat black finishHeavy-duty|
|Fully Framed||Yes, SteelDurable no-sag look|
|Lighting||AvailableDual LED Lamps|
Each section is 10’ x 10’ of neting with required posts on either side. Netting is supported at both the top and bottom with telescoping steel tubes that alow spacing between posts to vary as much as one foot. These sections are chained together and can be turned 90 degrees to create a corner at any point in that chain.
Each post is bolted to a concrete footer that is approximatly 12” x 12” square, 2’ deep
If you want 20’ to protect windows on one side of your court and a separate 40’ on the oposite side to prevent the ball from rolling down a hill you wil need to run this "Customize & Buy" wizard once for each side. This will ensure you end up with the correct number of posts.
If chosen, one of your posts wil be traded out for a bracket that allows sections of net to be atached to your basketball post. This lowers your cost and will reduce the number of concrete footers needed during installation. This ONLY WORKS when your basketball pole is right where you want one of your boundary netting posts.
Bracket enabling your basketbal pole to also function as a boundary net post
Bracket shown in practice with boundary netting extending either side of the basketball pole
Stands 10’ tall allowing for netting to be atached on either side with the option serve as a 90 degree corner post.
Functions the same as a standard post but taller standing an additional 6.5 feet above the boundary net with a dual LED lamp pumping out 8,000 lumens enough to light up a half court area.
Functions the same as a standard post but taller standing an additional 6.5 feet above the boundary net. The post includes necessary hardware to raise a flag of your choice including pulley, rope and stay. An American flag is included!
Light up your court and show pride in your country, school or cause with this combo post.
On more gradual slopes the height of the concrete footer can even things out. For longer runs or steep slopes you might consider adding extra posts allowing you to start a new run at a different height. Call in for help on placing an order like this so our experts can make sure you get everything that you need.