Learn to Slackline
What is Slacklining?
Picking The Right Line
When it comes to picking the right slackline, there are few things to consider to help make the right choice for you. Read More
Q: What Line is Best for Beginners?
A: Base Line and Play Line are recommended for beginners BUT you can learn on any type of line.
Q: What Line is Best for Tricks?
A: The Trick Line, Aggro Line and Boss Line Kit are made of a more trampoline type material that helps with bouncing and jumping on the line.
Q: Is One Inch Harder Than Two Inch?
A: Yes and no, it comes down to personal preference and many people have learned on both easily.
How to Set-Up
Setting up a slackline has never been easier! Check out our 2-inch set-up video above or click to find out about other setup tips and tricks! Read More
No Trees? No Problem!
Check out the 'Anchor Systems' section of our websites for treeless solutions! Read More
Use of tree protection is HIGHLY encouraged on all of our products. Read More
The Help Line is the fastest and easiest way to start walking a slackline with the correct form. Learn More
There are literally 100s of tricks that can be done on a slackline. If you are looking for a new trick to do check out our #TrickList and see how many you can do! Learn More.
Trick of the Week
Lady Bounce 360 to Butt Bounce
Slacklining is a relatively new activity in the scheme of things, so as people discover it, questions tend to follow. We love to offer you the answers, so check out our FAQ section or email us if your question isn't here. Read full FAQ list
Q: I Can't Get The Line Tight!
A: Make sure you pull all the slack in your line through the ratchet before you start tensioning. This way, your spool will not fill up before your line is tight.
Q: My Line is Twisted!
A: Check to make sure your "taco fold" on either side of the line is still there. If it's not the line may have not been "taco folded" a quarter way around the tree or your line may have been twisted when you put it through the ratchet.