Deluxe Pickleball Line SetThe Deluxe Pickleball Line Set is the ideal solution for setting up temporary boundary lines when you can't use tape, paint, chalk or any other marker that could cause damage to a court surface. Made with a proprietary blend of rubber and plastic, these line strips have a non-slip texture and are able to stick to a variety of surfaces without the tendency to move around during play. This makes them highly versatile and portable, perfect for instructors and players alike who want to be able to set up games or drills on the go.
The Deluxe Pickleball Line Set comes with eight line strips consisting of 2 long lines, 4 medium lines and 2 short lines so you can mark a full court on both sides including the non-volley zone. They are highly durable and can be washed if they get dirty without losing their tacky feel. The lines come in a convenient circular carrying case and can be wrapped around 2 included foam disks so they're stored in an organized manner.
The Deluxe Pickleball Line Set is a versatile way to mark smooth court surfaces in any location while keeping players safe.
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Shipping information: This item will be drop-shipped from the manufacturer within 2-3 business days. You will receive separate tracking numbers if you have other items in your order. Shipped via UPS, signature may be required for delivery.
Returns: There is a 15% restocking fee on this product.
Weight: 17 lbs
2-Long Lines (side lines) pre-cut to 44' each
4-Medium Lines (baselines and kitchen lines) approximately 19' 8" each
2-Short Lines (backcourt center lines) approximately 14' 8" each
Not worth the price
Jan 19, 2023
Good - easy to layout, shortens time to layout court compared to taping; beveled edges on top; heavy; lies flat. Bad - easy to catch foot on; have to put multiple cross pieces of tape to limit that movement; ball usually bounces weird if it hits the line, but not always. We play in a school gym and either have to tape each time and take it up when done. Expensive. Using 1 roll of tape per court at $10/roll would have to tape a court more than 27 times to make a difference.