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Flat slacklines are less elastic and a little heavier than others.
Their rather low elasticity gives a lively and dynamic bounce (the "swell"). They are easier to tension (less elongation).
They are generally heavier and more resistant than tubulars. This induces a greater inertia of the slackline when it starts to move/shake. This is an interesting technical challenge!
They also often have round edges (mentioned in the description), which makes them very comfortable underfoot!
Advice and help:
You will find a summary of the specs of each webbing on their photos to help you choose.
Safety and highline:
All the slacklines webbings we offer can be used in highline as "mainline". Please check out in details if the slackline specifications are good for your using.
But we strongly recommend PPE (personal protective equipment) for your "backup". The slackline equipment, unless expressly mentioned, is not approved as PPE.
For more information on highline equipment and webbings, click on the link.
Then go to the FAQ (frequently asked questions) - at the bottom of the page.
You will surely find the answer to most of your questions!
Or even better, we are here to advise you directly (english spoken) :