Kit Sky01 50m In stock


The longline kit with pulley system for 50m long ! And even more in the futur ! The kit provides a weblock (banana) and a 50m long slackline webbing with eyeloop.

What webbing should i choose ?
- Tubular slackline like RVD or Reggae. They are bouncy, comfy.
- Flat slackline like Slodki or ShaQ. Less elastic and easier to tight. She's also very comfy with her soft edges.
- Flat hybride slackline like Moonwalk. Lightest and less stretchy slackline webbing (the world record's slackline)

Let's go - now we want to play in the major league and get the right gear !

So if you're looking for a pulley tensioning system for 50m long, and even more in the future, you're at the right place !

Pulley kits are upgradeable and will take you to "To infinity, and beyond!" ;-)

The double pulley system with multiplier (maxi single pulley) allows to tighten alone the 50m slackline webbing. This kit was conceived to practice on 50m with a single weblock (banana) and a slackline with eyeloop.

You are not familiar with a double pulley system with multiplier ?

No worries, the set up is very easy and user-friendly. The video set up and the user guide are also there to help you :-) You will find the user guide in your guide and both user guide and video set up in the "documentation" section.

The good thing about the pulley system is that once you have set it up, you will not have to do it again. Then tensioning system (rope into the pulleys) will be once and for all ready for all your slackline sessions.

What webbing should i choose ?

We are offering tubular slackline webbings. They are stretchy, bouncy (swell), comfy. Only the color is different, and that is your choice ! Up to you !

  • The RVD or the Reggae - made in France 

And also Flat slackline webbings. They are easier to tighten because stretchless, hyper comfy with their round edges. Same as previous, only color is the difference between them.

And last, flat hybride webbing. Lightest and less stretchy slackline webbing (the world record's slackline).

The differences in sensation will really start from about 15/20m long. We invite you to read our article on this subject on this link :

Using advices

  • Over 35m, please set up the slackline at face height.
  • The goal is to walk one a "slack" "line", means it should be more or less "slack" (loose) - the pulleys should be used to tighten the whole length not to tighten stronger over short/middle distances.
  • The actual kit is only made to tighten over a maximum of 50m.
  • A maximum of 2 persons is allowed to pull at the same time.
  • Keep you pulleys system so (rope into pulleys), he will be ready for the next session.
  • Store you kit dry and clean, away from moisture. (like all textiles)

Incompatibilities : 

  • Do not set on street furniture (posts, lampposts, etc.), nor on the pole of your terrace or balcony! They are not at all designed to withstand horizontal forces!
    Let's see here what could happen : click here
  • No Jumpline/Trickline. You want to practice Freestyle ? Look out for Freestyle equipment like the Andy Lewis Kit.
  • The mini Sladlock (mini weblock) is not suitable for this set up - You have to use a proper weblock (banana) like the one included in the kit.
  • The webbing eyeloop should not be used over a maximum of 65m

Product content

  • 1x 50m thin slackline webbing (2,5cm) with eyeloop. Check the Breaking Strength of your webbing here
  • 1x weblock - banana, branded Spider Slackline - Slackibloc 4.0 (made in France), resistance 50kN
  • 2x slings 2m 1T black. Resistance 70kN
  • 3x Anti-loss pin shackle 12mm. Resistance 65kN
  • 2x 8mm twist shackle. Resistance 35kN (To attach the brake and rope)
  • 2x Double pulleys skylab 01. Resistance 42kN
  • 1x 20m semi-static rope "contract 10.5mm"
  • 1x 1,5m cord 6mm (for the Klemheist knot use to increase your strength - use in the multiplier)
  • 1x Maxi poulie. Resistance 28kN (use in the multiplier)
  • 1x user guide

Options to add - Feel free to choose

  • Brake - An absolute necessity to block/lock the rope.

If you don't have this item, for exemple, a Petzl Grigri, you need to add it to your shopping cart.
1x Petzl Grigri (colors according to stock)

Never use the same brake for slackline and climbing (as a belay device)!
2 different practices = 2 different brakes

  • Carry bag

    • Drybag 20L
      Our Drybag is water and dust resistant! Ideal for storing your equipment in a safe place. Plus, with its zipped front pocket and shoulder straps, it's very useful !
      - with flat webbing, additional tree protection won't fit in the drybag 20L -

drybag 20L easy slackline

  • Tree protections = Treeco 150cm or 200cm

    TreEco protect both trees and equipments. They are also very useful for the setup (see video).

    You can use two pairs of tree protections if one is not enough. Just connect them together!

    protection arbre easy slackline

  • Custom webbing

Don't forget to add your text in the comment section when ordering. (at the validation step)

    • Font : Amerika Sans (see picture)
    • 25 font characters - spaces included
    • Font color : black
    • Printed on the tail of the webbing, side of the loop
    • Choosing a printed webbing add 2/3 days to your order's delivery
    • For more details on how works this option : click here

personnalisation slackline

Weight and volume

  • 9,5 Kg
  • 18 L

Tree Protections : +0,3 Kg
Totebag +0,3 Kg


  • To tighten efficiently, pull with your back straight and your foot leaning against the tree.
  • Use a piece of the rope to make a handle, it will help you to grip the rope and "burn" your hands when pulling. See "documentation" section
  • Use a releasable stopper knot to avoid any rope slippage into the brake. See "documentation" section.
  • You will be able to tighten alone at height face, but if you want the line at shoulder height (we recommend not to install lower) or want to tighten longer, you need to be two persons to pull.

Upgrade your kit :

Nothing stops you ! The Sky01 Kit is available in 75m with 2 weblocks!
If you want to go further, you will need to upgrade this kit with the following items :

  • A slackline webbing without eyeloop. Freely choose the length. Over a length more than 65m, you will need two weblocks, one on a each side of the webbing.
  • Weblocks x2 
  • Rope :
    - For 75m slackline with double pulley : 25/30m of rope.
    - For 100m slackline with double pulley : 35/40m of rope.
    - Or go for a Line Grip (or similar) to help you and avoid you the purchase of all this rope. Click here to see the video.


Slacklining and particularly Highlining (slackline in the air, securised by a harness) are sports having no legal framework or norms concerning the gear or the setup for safety.

Consequently we cannot warranty our gear for Highlining and to securised yourself with.
Our products are tested inside our company and independant labs (mentionned on the product page if it's the case) via a process evolving with practice.

The results of those tests have no legal values, they aim to ensure the safety and comfort of using our equipment.

It is the responsibility of the slackliner to choose the right gear with adequate resistance and to have the necessary experience to adapt his installation to his practice.
To securised yourself, use PPE Equipmeent (climbing gear, ropes, etc)


  • Don't rig your slackline across a path, a road or any crossing
  • Don't rig your slackline higher than 2m
  • Ride on a grassy or soft ground, without roots or rocks
  • Always backup your setup - more detaisl here
  • Never use ratchets for highlining
  • Never use urban furniture as anchor point

This equipment is absolutely not made for highlining. Find more information on our website

Items cannot be considered as PPE (personal protective equipment).


Download all our PDF installation manual (choose yours in the list) by clicking just below :



Video Set Up



A mechanical advantage, gives you more strength to pull further. 


To avoid any rope slippages into the brake and secure your installation.


It eases the grip when a you are pulling the rope. Better for your hands !


How to slackline, including 17 easy tricks (click here to download)

Slackline guide apprentissage - Easy slackline


Safety – back up guide - protect your set up and yourself


How to determine the tension in your slackline ?

  • Our spreadsheet :
    Thanks to the following sheet, you will be able to approximately know the tension into your gear (slings, shackle, slackline, etc.). You will then know if you are using it correctly, meaning correctly regarding the using advices and most important the strength limits.
    Click there to see the sheet and enter your datas

  • The dynamometer or Linescale
    This product allows you to mesure exactly what is the tension into your equipment.
    For more informations click there.


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