The heavy duty pickleball net system is designed for players wanting a well constructed heavy duty pickleball net system with the added benefits of easy assembly, portability, durability, and is storage friendly. The heavy duty pickleball net system is constructed of 3" square 11-gauge US steel and 1-5/8" round schedule 40 US steel. It is black powdered coated to provide increased protection, durability and longevity. The system features a tournament style, high quality net. The design allows for proper net tension and standard net dimensions (36" H at the posts and 34" H in the middle). The total length of the system is 22'L.
- Heavy duty pickleball net system constructed of 3" square 11-gauge steel tube and 1-5/8" round schedule 40 pipe
- Entire system is black powder coated for increased durability and longevity
- Net is constructed of 2.8 mm netting with a white vinyl coated top headband, black vinyl sides and bottoms. Includes a steel vinyl coated net cable with loops on both sides. Dowels are sewn into the side pockets. The net includes three grommets on each side pocket that can be attached to eyebolts on the net posts by either zip ties or nylon rope.
- The steel frame is raised 8" off the ground to allow balls to pass under the net
- Heavy duty, powder coated steel crank
- Assembles in 10-15 minutes
- Heavy duty yet light enough to be easily portable. If you require a system that is portable but want to avoid assembling and disassembling it each time, the system can be moved with a pair of dolly's (sold separately here). Simply remove the center support (no tools required), lift each post (each post weighs 29 lbs.) onto the dolly and wheel it away. Sets back up in seconds.
- Can be stored in a equipment shed or closet, garage or other storage area. The longest piece on the system is 6' long.
- The total weight is 112 lbs.
- Made of US steel and manufactured in the US.
**Please Note: the system will ship fedex/ups ground but due to the large size and multiple boxes, the system does not qualify for free shipping.