A Batting Cage Door… Why Didn’t I Think Of It
An awesome batting cage door invented by a High School Baseball Coach who just got tired of bending over every time he entered or exited his own batting cage. It’s everything you think it is & more!
For the price of 3 dz. baseballs… you’re going to want one for every batting cage you own!
It has an all steel frame that is easy to assemble and install. You simply cut a hole in your net and lace (lacing included) the free-standing door frame to your netting. Just follow the instructions and you’ll have it done in an hour or less.
The batting cage door frame & door is made of 1 1/2 inch powder coated 16 gauge steel tubing so is heavy enough to do the job and is really similar to any other chain link gate you have ever walked through complete with close & lock door handle.
I hope my thoughts have helped you!
Batting Cage Door Details
- 34″ x 78″ Door Frame
- 30.5″ Wide x 72.5″ Tall Door
- 16 Gauge 1 1/2″ Powder Coated 16 Gauge Galvanized Steel Tubing
- Door Closing Latch With Lockability
- A 1 Hour (or less) Project