At 57' long, this slackline is longer than most. Includes a training line, three tree protectors, and ratchet covers to prevent injury. If you're having trouble deciding and want to make sure you have everything you need, this should fit the bill.
Some customers reported fraying of the slackline after moderate use.
This durable slackline comes in 50' or 85' lengths, making it a versatile option. The longer line can easily be shortened, which allows for more setup options. Customers love the molded plastic grip on the ratchet and the carrying case.
A few customers received kits that were missing parts.
For the price, it's hard to go wrong with this 48' long slackline. 2" wide. Sets up in under 10 minutes. Comes with storage box. This inexpensive set is great for those trying out the sport.
The ratchet is of low quality and can be difficult to unlock. Beginners may find this slackline challenging without a training line.
This 42' long slackline kit includes a training line, two tree protectors, and an 8" long ratchet loop. Holds more than 300 lbs. Ratchet loop is great for anchoring to larger trees. Beginners will find the shorter length comfortable.
The shorter length may underwhelm older slackliners. Tree pads are on the small side.
This 52' 5" long slackline comes with an instructional booklet, carrying bag, and two tree protectors. Includes carry bag. Easy to set up and take down. For the price, this is a slackline that beginners and pros will be happy with.
The slackline may fray over time. Some customers reported issues with their ratchets.
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