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Har-Tru Revolution Tennis Net (Model #105-700T)

Choosing the right tennis net for your specific court and your unique needs will determine the life of your investment. Factors such as frequency of use, length of playing season and type of court should be considered when selecting a tennis net.

This used to be the Courtmaster Revolution Tennis Net but is now called the Har-Tru Revolution Tennis Net.

The Har-Tru Revolution Tennis Net is made with a 4 mm, polyethylene net body that is a strong, crisp-looking material that drapes extremely well. The double-top six row of braiding reinforces your net in the high impact zone. This net material, combined with heavy-duty double layered headband, the thickest available fiberglass dowels and an IFT compliant Tidyfit design, makes the Revolution the sharpest looking net on the court!

Product Details:

- Double top six: the top six rows are doubled

- 4.0 mm black, braided, polyethylene net body

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

- 3 inch wide, heavy-duty, 18 oz. 3” wide black sidebands, folded under

- 1 ¾ inch tall, black bottom band, folded under

- 5/8 inch fiberglass dowels

- Tidyfit Design

- 34 lbs.

- 5 year manufacturer’s warranty!

Added durability can be found in double-top six and double-top four tennis nets, where 90 percent of balls hit the net. Braided tennis net bodies are stronger than twisted cord tennis nets because they are more durable and better absorb tennis ball impact. The result is a ball that 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.