The Gibbon Slacklines are a great adventure right in your backyard. Everyone will want to try it. Even if you cant walk on it the slackline will still be fun and addicting t…
- Luke, 05/27/14
Super fun, but only after you become well versed in how to set-up and take down the slack line. Make sure to find sturdy, mature trees. Make sure to align slack line with tree…
- David, 03/24/14
this line has great bounce for tricks but priced great for getting your first slack line! I got this to learn and I'm glad i did because the lower end ones have no bounce so i…
- steven, 05/31/14
More than likely, you'll need (1) 2-Piece Tree Protection Set Per Tree.…
- David, 03/24/14
These are quick and easy to put up, but I wish they were quite a bit longer. They aren't long enough to wrap around larger trees.…
- Charles, 11/15/13
I bought this as my first slackline a couple months after I discovered the sport and two years later I still use it all the time! The one inch webbing was perfect for polishin…
- Amy, 06/05/14
About Gibbon Slacklines:
Slacklining builds core strength, improves balance and generally makes you look cool. There aren’t many activities that do not benefit from being performed on a slackline. Gymnastics? cooler on a slackline. Acrobatics? cooler on a slackline. Pretending you are a giant spider? Almost exclusively cooler on a slackline.
Gibbon slacklines are not for monkeying around on, because a gibbon is a member of the ape family. But they are great for parties, parks, and gyms, anywhere you want to release your inner ape and travel bipedally without the aid of a tail. With 2-inch and the traditional 1-inch style of slackline, Gibbon has made slacklining easier than ever to jump into.
But what if you do have a prehensile tail? You may want to get a second slackline and invent your own version of tricklining. Tricklining has become a force in its own right in the slacklining community. By using trampoline materials Gibbon has released several styles of slackline that make it possible to do some impressive maneuvers.