How to Measure Your Trampoline - When Buying a Replacement Trampoline Net
Identify the Style of Your Enclosure System
Knowing the style of safety enclosure system on your trampoline is essential in finding the correct replacement trampoline net. Enclosure systems are also generally unique to each brand. Some of the more popular styles of safety enclosure systems include:
- Straight Poles (with Blue Pole Caps using Bolts) (Compatible with Bravo, Airzone, and others)
- Straight Poles (with Blue Pole Caps with Handles) (Compatible with Jumpzone, Jumptek and others)
- Straight-Curved Poles (with Blue Pole Caps using Bolts) (compatible with Skywalker)
- Arched Poles (with Straps) (compatible with older Jumpking, Orbounder, Bazoongi and others)
- Arched Poles (with Sleeves) (compatible with older Bounce Pro and Sports Power)
- Curved Poles (Compatible with older SkyBound)
- Poles with a Top Ring (Compatible with newer SkyBound, BouncePro, Sports Power, JumpKing, Bazoongi, Orbounder, and others)
Important: Straight poles can vary. Some utilize blue pole caps with bolts while others have blue pole caps with handles.
Measure the Diameter of Your Steel Frame
Find your trampoline’s diameter in feet by measuring across the steel frame from outer edge to the opposite outer edge.
It is best to visualize your trampoline as a clock from a top-down view and take two measurements — one from the 12 to 6 o’clock position and a second from the 3 to 9 o’clock position. The average of these two measurements is your trampoline frame's approximate size. Almost always, you can round to the nearest foot. For example, if you get a measurement of 13 feet 11 inches, you can round up to 14 feet.
Important: Do not measure your mat since trampoline mats stretch over time.
Count the Number of Enclosure Poles or Arches
The safety enclosure poles or arches are defined by the poles that extend vertically above the jumping surface of your trampoline mat. Simply count the number of safety enclosure poles or safety enclosure arches on your trampoline.