About Gibbon Slacklines Surfline Slackline - 30m
Closeouts. When you want to go the distance, Gibbon Slacklines' Surfline slackline is one of the longest ratcheting lines currently available -- more than 95 feet long! Ideal for tricks and distance slacklining, the Surfline provides generous amounts of bounce and fast, easy installation.
Specs about Gibbon Slacklines Surfline Slackline - 30m
- Material: Nylon slackline, steel ratchet
- Weight: 8 lb. 7 oz.
- Dimensions: 98'x2" (LxW), ratchet side length 6-1/2'; maximum tension 2.5 tons; user weight up to 330 lb.
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by josh from Perth, Australia on Thursday, December 4, 2014great product, good price (escpecially at the additional 30% off)
Fun line to play on, perfect to learn for jumping and bouncing around!
Shipping to Australia cost a fair whack but still happy with the purchase.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rabbit mtu from Michigan on Monday, October 20, 2014Excellent line! Similar in bounce and feel to the JibLine, but you can set up double the length which is awesome! And the ratchet is super heavy duty with an arm that is twice as long as the one on the JibLine so it is super easy to tension. Awesome line and if you find the right coupon code you can get it for around $72 which is an absolute steal!!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gma from Pennsylvania on Sunday, September 21, 2014Gotten for use by an autistic child who Loves balancing on the line. Great activity for him and his sister has fun too. Good quality at a good price.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by SLJ from Utah on Monday, July 28, 2014Our family is new to slacklining, with no experience for comparison except a tow strap stretched between a tree and truck, so I can't offer much in the way of comparison to other products. It's plenty bouncy even when stretched as firmly as you dare. That probably makes it more difficult to learn on than a more rigid line. My kids were able to walk the 25" tow strap in a few hours but none mastered the 60' we had this stretched. But they had lots of fun trying.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by the brown fabio from Idaho on Wednesday, July 9, 2014These are pretty fun. I have a regular one and its tough but I can almost make it across. This one however is much bouncier. Way bouncier. I saw it spring right up into a kids third leg when he attempted to jump on it and missed. So maybe wear a cup and always be safe. Its fun and I really want to learn some tricks. The line itself is pretty sturdy and so is the ratchet. Sometimes it slips a little when you are really cranking on it to get it super tight, but thats about the only issue. Also, to get it tight, you need to be rather strong. If you aren't, just let me know and I'll come over and impress you.
Question & Answer
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“I'm comparing this product with the picture on the Gibson website here: http://www.gibbonslacklines.com/us/surfer-line.html
This line is purple with a bronze color metal on the ratchet, and the current Gibson line is blue with black metal as the wratchet. Is that because the one on the official Gibson website is updated with a longer ratchet? ”
This item is a closeout model, which means that it is not the current model.