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With March Madness right around the corner, there’s no better time to be talking hoops. And with spring approaching, the kids are getting their legs ready to start jumping on the trampoline.
So, is there a more ideal time to combine the two staple childhood activities, basketball and trampolines, into one?
If you’re looking to get the most out of your trampoline, then buying a basketball hoop is one of the most intriguing options to “level up” your trampoline. The question becomes: Which trampoline basketball hoop should you buy?
At Springfree Trampoline, we pioneered the world’s safest trampoline and have gained invaluable knowledge during our 20 years as a springless trampoline inventor and manufacturer v, including all the different ways to make your existing trampoline flourish beyond its basic form.
Because of all the trampoline basketball hoops out there, we want to use our expertise to provide you with five of the best options that will give you the greatest “bang for your bounce.”
After reading this, you should feel confident in making an informed decision about which trampoline basketball hoop is most suitable for your trampoline.
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Top 5 Best Trampoline Basketball Hoops
Let’s go through a few important notes on how this list was crafted before getting to it:
This list is in no particular order.
This list was made from an unbiased and honest perspective.
The design of the hoop, its features and verified user reviews were the main determining factors for inclusion on this list.
In full transparency, we are putting our product on this list because we believe it stacks up with the best trampoline hoops out there.
Important Note #1: The type of hoop you buy will mostly be influenced by the brand of trampoline you have. If you already have a trampoline, your best, and likely only, bet will be to buy the trampoline hoop from your trampoline manufacturer. Most major trampoline manufacturers will offer hoops as an accessory.
Important Note #2: If you don’t have a trampoline yet, don’t let the basketball hoop be the deciding factor. You should go with whichever trampoline feels safest, fits properly in your yard and provides the best design for you—because at the end of the day, the basketball hoop is just an added accessory.
Important Note #3: Just because a trampoline hoop is not listed, doesn’t mean it’s not a good product. However, the five on this list stood out the most from the competition.
With all that out of the way, let’s jump into the list!
Attaches to the trampoline safety net
Comes with a 1-year warranty
Comes with a soft basketball and pump
Flexible with no hard edges
Hoop diameter of 11.81 in
Backboard diameter of 35.4 in x 23.6 in
Age recommendation: Ages 6 and up
Hoop is only compatible with Jumpflex Trampolines
If using the hoop, you will need to take down your trampoline’s sunshade or cover.
Photo courtesy of JumpFlex.