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Overview

About Gibbon Slacklines Classic Slackline - 25m

Closeouts. Strengthen your core and balancing skills while having a ton of fun with friends on Gibbon Slacklines' Classic slackline, a 2"-wide webbing line that can be set up between two sturdy poles or trees.

Specs

Specs about Gibbon Slacklines Classic Slackline - 25m

  • Material: Woven polyester webbing with metal ratchet
  • Weight: 7 lb. 8 oz.
  • Dimensions: Length 82', width 2", maximum tension 2.5 tons, maximum user weight 330 lb.
  • Made in China

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4.846153 5 Overall Rating: 4.8 Based on 26 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by Unknown from Boulder, CO on Saturday, July 27, 2013
This is a great line to both learn on and to start performing higher level slack lining stunts.

The Two inch width is great for beginners because it feels more stable than the traditional tubular webbing used in truly original slack lines. This line sets up very easily. You do need to pay atte... Read More
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About Gibbon Slacklines

A global leader in slacklines, Gibbon Slacklines has made slacklining as simple as attaching their special line to a couple of trees a few feet from the ground to let the balancing fun begin! Based in Boulder, Colorado, Gibbon Slacklines USA has inspired a new generation of recreational acrobats. On college campuses, in local parks, on stage in front of millions of people, and almost anywhere you can tie Gibbon Slacklines to enjoy a core workout or give an acrobatic performance that’s fun, too! Once an exclusive activity for climbers, slacklining has become mainstream thanks to the folks at Gibbon Slacklines.