Published : 11/19/2019 12:14:41
Categories : General


Born from the ashes of, EASY SLACKLINE focuses mainly on leisure activities with slackline equipment from 15 to 50m.

EASY SLACKLINE aims to make slackline practice as simple and affordable as possible. To spread slackline to as many people as possible.

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But who is now behind the EASY SLACKLINE brand?

Thibaut is a former employee of It was him who was on the events or on phone. In October 2018 he partially left to develop in parallel his event project of high air shows: Connexion Outdoor.

from to easy slackline thibaut

In June 2019 he decided to create the EASY SLACKLINE brand following the definitive closure of
Its goal: to make the practice of slackline as simple and affordable as possible in order to perpetuate the spread of slackline to as many people as possible. A brand with quality products, technical and transparent advice and above all a proximity in the exchange!

He made his slackline range smaller, to make it more understandable and affordable to the uninitiated and beginners. That's why some of you will see similarities or continuity between the two brands, that's the goal!

Good slack!

Easy Slackline is a Connexion Outdoor SAS brand, founded by Thibaut Zwolinski.

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Now a bit of history...., the Slackline since 2005, everything is a question of balance.

This sentence has been's trademark since he started in 2005. From its beginnings to the popular practice it has become today, slackline is a constant search for balance.

While no one had heard of soft webbings, while the balancing act performed under circus tents, Damien Mercier decided to push the slackline into the spotlight by creating the Slack brand and website, as well as the online slackline shop.

Starting from nothing, inspired by tightrope walkers of a new kind, crossed in the United States, Damien led friends and newcomers into the adventure. Charles Giraud, who has been around since the beginning, remained a pillar of this small company.

Driven by its own dynamic, the Slack family has grown over the seasons. Project after project, new talents have emerged. These meetings and experiences have allowed them to develop their equipment while supporting the evolution of slackline.

It is with Jon Ritson that Damien opened the first French highline in Parmelan in 2007. Michi Aschaber, Julien Millot and Fabrice Wittner are present in Kjerag for the 2009 highline world record. In 2011, Sébastien Montaz-Rosset releases his film "I Believe I Can Fly" in which skyliners go in search of the most beautiful highlines between Chamonix and Norway.

A decade after the introduction of slackline in France and the creation of the company, Slack had five people who shared tasks such as development, production, distribution, online sales, order preparation, graphics and design, team management, all in an austere and rigorous work environment ;-)

Throughout this journey, they had always supported and encouraged those who were working to develop slackline. Practicing and passionate, they continued to develop new products with the aim of advancing our sport as we have been doing since 2005.

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