Static, semi-static and dynamic rope
The world of braids, commonly called ropes, is full of specific products, each for different type of use. Ropes are mainly made of polyester or polyamide fibers, called nylon rope, while some are made of special fibers such as dyneema.
A STATIC ROPE has minimal elasticity and is ideal if used inside a pulley hoist. A SEMI-STATIC ROPE is an excellent back up for a highline or trickline set-up. A DYNAMIC CLIMBING ROPE is usually used inside a HIGHLINE LEASH.
In this category of our shop, you'll find all ropes we offer dedicated for slackline and highline use.
Ropes There are 11 products.
Types of dyneema ropes for tag line purposes
The dyneema fiber is also used for the production of SOFT SHACKLES. Learn more about the properties of this special technological fiber and its various uses. If you are looking for a light lanyard to create a first connection for your highline, you may be interested in our so called TAG LINE, a thin, light and resistant rope to pull even afterwards your webbing from one anchor the other.
The convenience of a sewn buttonhole rope
Some ropes are equipped with a sewn hole at one end. This becomes very handy inside a pulley system, to avoid a knot that drastically reduces the rope's strength. With a sewn loop, the rope keeps 100% of its workload to fully express its potential in the system.
Discover the broad variety of ropes and their special, own features.