Choosing the right slackline kit for you doesn't have to be difficult – simply think about who (and what activity) do you need it for and take a look at our most recommended lines currently for sale:
Not sure which category would fit you best? Or need a slackline that your entirely family could enjoy? Then Baseline from Slackline Industries is the one for you:
An ideal slackline for kids should be less stretchy (so easier to control and learn on), safe and easy to set up – so our recommendation is:
As a beginner, you want a slackline that's not too stretchy (so easier to control and learn on), comfortable to walk and easy to set up. Based on these requirements we would recommend you:
An ideal slackline for tricks should be more bouncy (and possess the power to throw you up in the air), comfortable for landing during jumps and bounces and preferably also easy to set up. Therefore, our most recommended is:
If you’re more interesting in walking longer lines than jumping, bouncing or doing other tricks, we would recommend you to start with one of the longest (85 or 100 feet) ratchet slackline kit.
You’ll learn the first moves on a shorter setup, then progress to the full distance of the line and finally continue to a real 150 or 300 feet longline.
Baseline is the most universal line, great for beginners and not overly expensive. On the other hand, the Aggro Line offers 15 feet more webbing to walk on – but the price is noticeably higher.
|Baseline||2"||50ft (15m) or 85ft (25m)||$49.99|
|Play Line||2"||50ft (15m)||$48.99|
|Trick Line||2"||50ft (15m)||$61.95|
|Aggro Line||2"||100ft (30m)||$84.99|
|Macaco slackline||2"||52ft (16m) or 85ft (25m)||$37.95 / $52.95|