LEARN HOW TO SLACKLINE

Slacklining is an activity that brings people together: join the largest community to have fun with this wonderful sport! Do you feel like a freestyle athlete and want to take up acrobatic tricklining? Or do you love the world of yoga and introspection through the longline, the highline, or the rodeo line? What are you waiting for? Get ready to start your journey into the wonderful world of slacklining!
Fix safely slackline

Can I fix the Slackline safely, without affecting the anchor point?

Yes, you can fix the rope between two trees without affecting the anchor. The Slackline always applies a high pressure on the anchor point (trees or other fixed points used); we recommend, therefore, to always check on them before using the Slackline. If you have doubts about their strength, it is always better to fix the Slackline at their base (of a tree or pole) and lift the line with one of our frame stands: in this way, with a simple lever, you will reduce much of the force of the Slackline.

Expert tip

If you see a minimum risk in installing a webbing between two trees (or other support), it is always better to avoid that set up. In that case, you can anchor to the ground through our Outdoor Kit No-Trees, rather than risk incurring in damages or injuries.

 

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