In addition to material thickness and the border which is an optional feature of many nets, mesh size is another important differentiating factor in a wide variety of net models. Are you wondering what the difference is between a fine-meshed and a wide-meshed net? A smaller mesh size increases the stability of the net. So if a net is wide-meshed, it tends to be more flexible. In addition, the following rule applies: the larger the mesh size, the higher the permeability of the net.