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Courtmaster DHS Tennis Net (Model #105-701)

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Factors such as frequency of use, length of playing season and type of court should be considered when choosing a tennis net. Selecting the right tennis net for your court will determine the life of your investment and your level of satisfaction with the finished product.

The Courtmaster DHS tennis net is made of 3 mm, braided polyethylene for a crisp and professional look on the court. The UV resistant headband is made from two layers of mildew resistant vinyl-coated polyester that are lock-stitched with four rows of white polyester Dacron thread for superior durability. To add a touch of sophistication to this already sharp looking net, the 5/8-inch attachment dowels have been replaced with 5/8-inch hickory.

Product Details:

- Black, 3mm polyethylene braided net body

- Double layer anti-fungal headband (23oz. white vinyl-coated outer / 28 oz. vinyl laminated inner), lock-switched with four rows of Dacron       thread, bottom edges turned under

- 3" wide, heavy-duty black vinyl sidebands, folded under

- 1¾” tall, black vinyl bottom band, folded under

- 5/8” hickory dowels

- Also available for Singles court as 36' or 33'

- 23 lbs.

- 3-Year Warranty

Braided tennis net bodies tend to be more durable than twisted cord tennis nets because they are stronger and better absorb tennis ball impact. When a ball hits a braided tennis net, it lands closer to the net instead of rebounding away from it. Polyethylene tennis net material is UV resistant and withstands harsher weather than polypropylene tennis nets, which are typically stiffer bodied and duller-looking.

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