Slackers Wave Walker Classic Set

Written on May 21st, 2015

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Our rating: 4.5 stars Very good  

Customer rating: 266 reviews

Price: $41.14        Buy from amazon.com

The Slackers Classic Slackline set is designed mainly for kids and slacklining beginners. It’s easy to set up and use and also includes a teaching line to help you with your first steps.

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Slackline Industries Aggro Line

Written on May 20th, 2015

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Our rating: 4.5 stars Very good  

Customer rating: 33 reviews

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The Aggro Line from Slackline Industries is the ultimate line for jumps and bounces – with the 100ft length, it becomes really powerful when tightened up. The rigging is quick and easy; however, its disadvantage is a higher price.

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Slackline Industries Trick Line

Written on May 20th, 2015

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Our rating: 4.5 stars Very good  

Customer rating: 39 reviews

Price: $70.00        Buy from amazon.com

Thanks to the thinner and more flexible webbing, the Trick line is more live and bouncy – and that makes it perfect for all kinds of jumps and similar stunts. It’s also really easy to set up.

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Slackline Industries Play Line

Written on May 19th, 2015

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Our rating: 4.5 stars Very good  

Customer rating: 4.5 stars 32 reviews

Price: $79.99        Buy from amazon.com

The Play line made by Slackline Industries is designed mainly for kids and slacklining beginners. The webbing is less stretchy and uses a rubber grip so it’s easier to keep balance – plus an additional help line is included.

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Slackline Industries Baseline

Written on May 19th, 2015

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Our rating: 5 stars Excellent!  

Customer rating: 126 reviews

Price: $75.00        Buy from amazon.com

The Baseline made by Slackline Industries is our most recommended slackline. Very easy to use, not expensive and ready to satisfy everyone’s needs – beginners, kids and even advanced slackliners.

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King of Slackline 2012 + Queen of Slackline 2012

Written on September 24th, 2012

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It's September again, which means a new edition of Gibbon's popular video contest "Queen and King of Slackline 2012" is here!

What is it: The system is simple – each Monday a prorider shows a particular trick and you have one week to repeat it successfully and send a video (YouTube link) to contest@gibbon-slacklines.com. If you do that, you advance into the next round! Plus, author of the best video of each round wins a Gibbon T-shirt :)

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How To Setup a Slackline Without Trees

Written on September 21st, 2012

Of course, the easiest way how to build a slackline is between two trees – but what if there aren't any on your garden? Or if you want to install your line on a beach or even indoors? Don't worry, there are many techniques for rigging a slackline without trees:

Outdoor Indoor Build your own A-frames

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Slackline Tricks Encyclopedia

Written on August 14th, 2012

Tricklining is one of the most popular forms of slacklining – there are dozens of stunts to perform and the only thing you need is a simple slackline kit, no expensive equipment.

And what's great on this activity is that it is still fairly new, so new interesting tricks with attractive names are born every day and you can even create your own! Here you can find a huge list of them, with videos, pictures and tips, organized by their difficulty. (and in case you also do pogo jumping, we have a similar trick list as well ;-) Enjoy!

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Slackline Tree Protection – Simply and Easily

Written on July 25th, 2012

Using trees for anchors is the most common way of a slackline setup. And as they serve us so well, we should also look after them – a proper tree protection is very important to keep the trees (and your line) safe from abrasion.

So how to do it?

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How To Set Up a Slackline

Written on July 23rd, 2012

Before you start walking, it is necessary to set the line up properly. At this section, we will go through all the main rigging methods you may come across, and use videos to explain the setup techniques.

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