Gibbon Slacklines Slackrack Portable Stand - 10'

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Overview

About Gibbon Slacklines Slackrack Portable Stand - 10'

Closeouts. Set up your slackline just about anywhere with Gibbon Slacklines' Slackrack. Constructed of sturdy stainless steel with 2" nylon webbing, the freestanding design lets you improve your balancing skills indoors.

Specs

Specs about Gibbon Slacklines Slackrack Portable Stand - 10'

  • Material: Stainless steel frame, steel ratchet, nylon webbing
  • Weight: 61 lb.
  • Dimensions: Frame: length 10', height 12", width 16-1/2"; Strap webbing: length 12', width 2"
  • Made in China
  • Must ship ground within the 48 contiguous US only; not eligible for special shipping offers

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4.333333 5 Overall Rating: 4.3 Based on 6 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by arcangeladventures from Georgia on Sunday, September 8, 2013
Bought the slack line so I could practice inside with foul weather. Assembled in 15 minutes and was having a blast 1 minute later. Very sturdy and high quality. By using an extra 45% off coupon I got one heck of a deal on this line and saveve myself $150.00
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  • Reviewed by arcangeladventures from Georgia on Sunday, September 8, 2013
    Bought the slack line so I could practice inside with foul weather. Assembled in 15 minutes and was having a blast 1 minute later. Very sturdy and high quality. By using an extra 45% off coupon I got one heck of a deal on this line and saveve myself $150.00
  • Reviewed by Stand tall from chicago on Friday, September 6, 2013

    At sixty may not be the optimum age to begin the slackline hobby, each almost fall means possible major health insurance issues. This low to the ground option is great to avoid these damaging falls. Mine was tight as it could get, or so I thought, and while slacklining in the middle the ratchet tripped and I dropped to the gibbon support beam in a flash. My fault, as I did not tighten the lock as I should have, but no injury. Until I'm able to walk that red line drawn in the sand by the world, until then four starts, after five.
  • Reviewed by Jenn from Ohio on Friday, September 6, 2013
    This slackrack is great-- I had tried the exact same one locally, except at twice the price and my son absolutely loves it. I only gave it 4 stars because of the included set up instructions. They are hard to follow and the sheet had been copied one too many times, made looking at the pictures to go with the wording difficult. However, it was doable and I was able to get it put together in under an hour by myself.
  • Reviewed by The Mama from Kansas on Saturday, August 10, 2013
    Well-made, solid piece of equipment. We're new to slacklining, and this setup is perfect for us, ages 8, 10 up to 55! A fun, indoor workout that's great for improving balance.
  • Reviewed by SCONEKID from COLUMBUS on Tuesday, July 2, 2013
    This is an amazing product from Gibbon that allows you to bring your slackline inside! I have my two boys playing on this on rainy days in our garage. I use it myself for a quick workout also in the garage!

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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.