Product Information


Additional Standard Length Net Sections


30' x 12' (10' 6" erected height) 3 Stands..........$1300

60' x 12' (10' 6" erected height) 4 Stands..........$1900

90' x 12' (10' 6" erected height) 4 Stands..........$2200

120' x 12' (10' 6" erected height) 7 Stands........$3000

Additional support stands...................................$ 350


All components have a 1 year warranty on defects and workmanship.

  • Consists of two 100 yd (300 ft) ends
  • Each end has a central 60 yd net with two detachable 20 yd end sections. This configuration extends coverage around the field corners ~12 yds up the field and provides excellent coverage of both endline balls and low angle balls. It is particularly well suited for high level lacrosse or soccer games.
  • One 60 yd net, two 20 yd nets, with 16 stands each end
  • System cost $14,200 both ends ($7,200 per end) plus shipping
  • Patented stand design. The upright is attached to a spring-loaded base that helps absorb the wind energy. This allows use without sandbags in most instances. Experience has shown that the stands withstand gusts up to 50 mph without sand bags.
  • Stand spacing is 20 ft. Others, without sand bags, may require closer spacing. More stands means more setup time and more storage space.
  • Stand legs are 66” in long and fold down locking into place. The legs also have second position to allow positioning on uneven terrain. The leg pattern is rectangular to optimize stability while minimizing the footprint in front of and behind the nets.
  • Easy set up. Each 180 ft section requires ~1 man hour to set up. With gangs of people (most often players) an endline can be set up or moved in 10-15 minutes.
  • Legs fold up for storage minimizing storage space requirements as each stand requires ~ 0.5 ft2 floor storage. Upright telescopes from a height of ~7 ft to fully extended at 10’ 6” and locks in place.
  • Minimal storage requirements. Stands legs fold up and the upright telescopes down to fit in most storage areas. We recommend storing the stands upright. Folded up the stands require less than a square foot of floor space. Nets can be stored in large totes available at any big box store. A 180 ft net weighs 75 lbs and fits in a large size tote.  All together the 10 stands and the net require ~15 ft2 of floor space. Two 180 ft endlines require less than 25 ft2 because the net totes can be stacked.

Net Upgrades

Standard Endline Upgrade

Two 10yd (30ft) sections each end

Four stands each end

$3900 for pair ($2000/ea) plus shipping

Deluxe Endline Upgrade

Two 10yd (30ft) sections each end

Four stand each end

$6100 for pair ($3,200/ea) plus shipping

Stands

  • American Made. Patented design with a spring loaded upright that helps absorb the wind energy.
  • Legs are 66” in long and fold down locking into place. The leg pattern is rectangular to optimize stability while minimizing the footprint in front of and behind the nets.
  • Legs fold up for storage. Upright telescopes from a height of ~7 ft to fully extended at 10’ 6” and locks in place.
  • Nets are positioned by looping over a steel hook “steer horn” and can be attached to the upright to improve stability.
  • Slack created by the 12 ft net on a10’ 6” height helps absorb ball energy and to prevent balls from passing underneath bottom edge.
  • Legs and uprights are 6061 aircraft grade aluminum. Base, springs and other attachments are treated steel to minimize corrosion.
  • Consists of two 60 yd (180 ft) ends
  • Each end has a central 60 yd net.
  • This configuration provides excellent coverage of the field end lines.
  • One 60 yd net with 10 stands on each end
  • System cost $8,000 both ends ($4,000 per end)

Nets

  • Black 4 mm UV resistance cord
  • Rated for 5 years exposure (please note results may vary depending location and environment).
  • Net cell ~1.5” x 1.5”
  • Net lengths vary but all nets are 12 ft high
  • Net wt 75 lbs (fills a large plastic tote for easy storage)
  • Nets in standard lengths of 30, 60, 90, 120 and 180 ft are available.  Custom lengths are also available.
  • All of our nets are the best available. They are triple stitched and have the highest weight.

  • ​Many configuration options are possible when enclosing the entire field. Shown in the above figure is one implementation.
  • Here the system begins with a Deluxe endline on each end of the field. Then each sideline is composed of two 130 ft sections that can be connected (far side) or left open the middle (bench side). Call to discuss your options and for pricing.

System Advantages

  • Consists of two 80 yd (240 ft) ends
  • Each end has a central 60 yd net with two detactable 10 yd end sections. This configuration extends coverage around the field corners  ~2-4yds upfield and provides excellent endline coverage and good coverage of low angle balls.
  • One 60 yd net, two 10 yd nets, with 14 stands each end
  • System cost $11,900 both ends ($6,000 per end) plus shipping

Specific Net Configurations

Product Upgrades