How Do I Attach The Netting?
The netting attaches to the cap on the top of the surround poles via strong straps (supplied with the netting). Once attached to the enclosure poles, the netting hangs on the inside of the poles and goes outside the trampoline pads and then under the frame, clipping on to the jump mat. This ensures that there is no opportunity to fall through the netting.
The netting is made of a UV resistant heavy duty polyester. Polyester is the strongest netting material on the market, meaning these nets will not rip, fade in sunlight or rot in damp British winters.
Will This Fit My Trampoline?
This netting is designed to fit virtually any 14ft trampoline with 6 surround poles. As long as your surround poles are on the outside of the padding, this net will fit, regardless of whether your previous net hung on the inside or the outside of the padding. 99% of 14ft trampoline enclosures are built to the measurements shown on the left, but it is worth checking that yours is too. The height of your existing poles should be 2.6m (+/- 10cms) and the trampoline frame approximately 90cm from the ground.