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      Product Specifications

      Color

      Blue/Yellow

      Composition

      Rubber

      Dimensions

      8 Straights 12" x 3" each. Corners 10" x 10" x 3" each

      Quantity

      8 Straights
      4 Corners

      Item #

      500114

      Style #

      ACL12

      Gamma Tennis Court Marker Lines

      These highly visible, treaded, non skid lines from Gamma can be used to create a 36' or 60' court for 10 & under tennis.
      • 8 Straights. (4 Blue, 4 Yellow) 12" x 3" each
      • 4 Corners. (2 Blue, 2 Yellow) 10" x 10" x 3" each
      • Nonskid surface on bottom keeps your lines and corners in place.
      • Screen printed Gamma logo on each.
      average rating 4.3 out of 5
      Based on 3 reviews
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      3 Reviews
      Rated 5 out of 5
      Review posted

      great for tennis court conversion

      We use the lines to convert our tennis courts to pickle ball court size. It is better than marking up the tennis courts.

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      Rated 4 out of 5
      Review posted

      Good quality

      This is great for teaching or playing with kids. Easy to turn a regulation court into one right-sized for each kid's age.

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      Rated 4 out of 5
      Review posted

      Great to use as volleyball court markers

      In pre-season we run two courts in our gym. Tape was peeling up the varnish so we tired these marking lines. They worked! I did have to wash them about every other day to make sure they would continue to stick and not be stick on the floor. I would like an opportunity to buy even more straights so we could condense our lines.

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