If you are looking for ways to make the most of your batting practice, you may have spent time researching methods, tips and tricks for building batting muscles, looking for the right bat, and more. What you might not have considered, however, is where exactly you will be practicing your swing. When practicing with a team, there is typically plenty of room on the practice fields for everyone to put work in. However, if you are putting in extra time outside of team practices, you may not always be able to find a free field, and practicing in your own backyard can lead to fly balls going over your fence and into the neighbors’ yards. At Rude American USA, we have the perfect solution for these problems. You can build a better batting practice with our inflatable batting cages and turtle backstops. Let’s look at these pieces, and then talk about how you can put them together to customize your ideal practice facility.
Inflatable Batting Cages
Rude American USA inflatable battings cages come in 20-foot and 40-foot sizes and can be combined to create an 80-foot batting tunnel, or whatever length you desire. The inflatable batting cages are constructed with the highest quality American-made netting. They are ready for both home or commercial use and are heat-sealed so once they go up, they will stay up for days! While other batting cages take multiple people and a lengthy amount of time to get set up, our Inflatable Batting Cages are up in minutes so you can get on with your practice sooner.
The ability to practice your batting skills while you are at your own residence without worrying about losing baseballs to your neighbors’ yards opens up tremendous opportunities to improve and prepare for the next season.
Rude American USA offers two versions of our high-quality turtle backstop. We have a standard option and a pro option. The standard weighs 140 pounds and is 12 feet deep, 18.5 feet wide, and 12 feet high. The pro offers a little more protection and is a little larger, at 22 feet deep by 20 feet wide by 13 feet high, and still weighs roughly 140 pounds.
Both options have quality nets that come pre-hung so you just have to inflate and go! The patented Inflatable Backstops have commercial grade PVC Tarpaulin shells for indoor or outdoor use. Additionally, each unit folds up to 3 x 5 cylinders and comes with your own carry bag so it can be put away or transported extremely easily!
Combining Them & The Perks of Both
Depending on how much space you have for your batting practice, you can combine these options in a number of ways to create an entirely enclosed practice facility, even at your own home! There are many perks to building your better batting practice in this way, convenience and performance being some of them. They have heat shields to provide protection in the Las Vegas summer sun, and they inflate in just a few minutes. They are heat-sealed and do not require continual blowing air, so once you set them up, they can stay up for as long as you want. When you do want to take them down, all you need to do is deflate and roll them up!
In addition, these inflatable batting cages and turtle backstops are manufactured with the highest quality materials, so they are extremely durable. They are easy to set up and take down, so you do not need a whole team to help out. Portability is another perk, and you can truly take them and set them up almost anywhere! Don’t wait any longer, build your better batting practice today!