Slackline webbings

 At Easy Slackline, our slacklines are made in France. Cutting, sewing and shipping are done in our workshop in Saint Jorioz, near the Annecy lake (74) 

We offer thin 25mm wide webbing, developed exclusively for slackline. You will be able to choose among all our range the length according to your level.

Types of webbing corresponding to your desires. You will have the choice between :

  • The tubular slacklines, rather elastic. Their greater elasticity gives them a rather soft and slow rebound effect (the "swell"). They are therefore a little more playful because the range of motion on the slackline is greater. They are also generally lighter and more flexible than flat slacklines.
  • Flat slacklines are less elastic than tubular ones. Their bounce is lively and dynamic (the "swell"). They are easier to stretch because they have less elongation.
    They are generally heavier and less flexible than tubulars, but will be more resistant. They also often have round edges, which makes them very comfortable to walk on!
  • Ultra-light slacklines, for very long setup or for travelling.
  • Polyester, nylon (or polyamide) and dyneema, each material has its advantages.

For even more details on choosing your slackline webbing, click on the link.


Advice and help:

You will find a summary of the specs of each webbing on their photos to help you choose.

Easy slackline specs


Safety:

All the slacklines webbings we offer can be used in highline as "mainline". We 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.

Need an advice ?

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:

  • by phone at 0033 767 148 718 (english spoken)
  • by email at info@easy-slackline.fr (english spoken)
  • thanks to the online chat (english spoken)

Slackline webbings  There are 14 products.

Subcategories

  • Tubular slackline

     At Easy Slackline, our slacklines are made in France. Cutting, sewing and shipping are done in our workshop in Saint Jorioz, near the Annecy lake (74) 

    Tubular slacklines are rather elastic and light.

    Their great elasticity gives them a rather soft and slow rebound effect (the "swell"). They are therefore playful because the amplitude of movement on the slackline will be wider.

    They are also more flexible than flat slacklines, and take up less space in the backpack.

    The lightness of tubular slacklines generates little inertia when they start to move/shake. This makes it easier to control the waves generated in the slackline by the imbalances.

    --> How to choose a slackline webbing ? <--

    Advice and help:

    You will find a summary of the specs of each webbing on their photos to help you choose.

    Easy slackline specs


    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.

    Need an advice ?

    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) :

    • by phone at 0033 767 148 718 
    • by email at info@easy-slackline.fr
    • thanks to the online chat
  • Flat slackline

     At Easy Slackline, our slacklines are made in France. Cutting, sewing and shipping are done in our workshop in Saint Jorioz, near the Annecy lake (74) 

    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!

    --> How to choose a slackline webbing ? <--

    Advice and help:

    You will find a summary of the specs of each webbing on their photos to help you choose.

    Easy slackline specs


    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.

    Need an advice ?

    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) :

    • by phone at 0033 767 148 718 
    • by email at info@easy-slackline.fr
    • thanks to the online chat
  • Slackline seam / loop...

     At Easy Slackline, our slacklines are made in France. Cutting, sewing and shipping are done in our workshop in Saint Jorioz, near the Annecy lake (74) 

    We can do all types of sewing work on your slackline webbings :

    • add one or more loops to your slackline
    • sewing of T-loop or fractio for highline
    • repairing your slackline
    • extend the length of the slackline with a second webbing
    • various custom sewing requests

    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.

    Need an advice ?

    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) :

    • by phone at 0033 767 148 718 
    • by email at info@easy-slackline.fr
    • thanks to the online chat
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