- Determine the shape of your trampoline (round, rectangular, oval, square, octagonal).
- Measure your trampoline (How to measure)
- Count the enclosure poles. If your enclosure poles are arches, count each arch as a single pole. Enclosure poles should be placed at equal distances from each other around the trampoline.
- Curved enclosure polesStraight enclosure polesArched enclosure poles.
If the trampoline does not match the criteria listed above, or if you cannot find a net that matches the one being replaced, choose a universal net that fits your trampoline and includes straps to use with the net.
There are two types of universal nets. One type comes in two sizes, for smaller and larger trampolines. This type of universal net has thicker mesh and bigger holes. The second type is available for every size trampoline and has straps that attach to enclosure poles. This type of universal net has standard mesh.
- Determine whether your enclosure poles arch at the top. If so, you need a net with sleeves on top for the arches, or a net that will attach with straps to arches
Enclosure net that attaches with sleeves
Enclosure net that attaches with straps.
If your enclosure net will attach with a ring on top, you will need a net with a sleeve on top.
Curved poles have pole caps with hooks for
attaching the enclosure ring.
If you have straight poles you can choose between a net that will attach with straps to the poles, or a net with pole sleeves that will slide over the poles of your trampoline.
An outside enclosure set with the net attached to the outer edge of the frame.
An outside enclosure set with the net attached to the inner side of the springs.
An inside enclosure set with the net attached to the trampoline mat.