RVD - Tubular This product is no longer in stock


Back in stock end of May - find the same specs with the REGGAE

The reference among tubular webbings, stretchy and comfy under the feet. Smooth, with soft edges. A must have for swelling (light bounces) and surfing !

MDF = Made in France 

Tip : How to choose your slackline webbing ?

A blog article that might help you

This webbing is made in France 


The RVD is a tubular slackline. Stretchy and comfy under the fett, this one of the historic webbing into the slackline world. Light and flexible, she's very easy to carry in a backpack.
It's a must have to practice « swell », « surf », bounces and static figures (drop knee for exemple). People who practice barefoot love the RVD.
It is the the perfect versatile webbing.

The REGGAE has the same characteristics, it's the same webbing, only colors differs.

Precise description

The RVD is a slackline tubular webbing, stretchy and smooth. Historic slackline webbing. It's light and flexible, nice to carry in your backpack. Super fast, controlled and small jump movements are possible.

Super suitable for deep and soft waves, bouncing and surfing. It has an incredible flex.
The line appears like a wave during bouncing, which takes one away, floats and catches again with a soft move. 
It doesn’t shake even in case of strong oscillations. A special type of floating feeling.

  • Polyester and tubular webbing. Make a tube under tension. So nice to walk barefoot.
  • Color blue an yellow, reversed faces. You will then see clearly if the line is twisted.
  • Sold with sewn loop as an option

Technical specifications

  • Composition : polyester
  • Type : tubular
  • width : 25mm
  • Thickness : 2mm
  • Elasticity :
    • 7,8% under 7kN
    • 10% under 10kN
    • 14% under 15kN
  • Weight : 48 g/m
  • Maximum Working load (WLL) : 7 kN
  • Breaking Load Limit (BLL) :
    • Breaking Load of the webbing (supplier data) : 23,6 kN
    • Breaking Load with a banana :  21,5 kN (ref  tested = Slackibloc 4.0)
    • Breaking Load with carabiner + Linelock : 16,6 kN
    • Breaking Load of the loop : 18,8 kN
  • Tested by an independant lab : MECANIUM - more infos about slackline resistance here

Using advices

  • Can be tighten over a maximum of 35m with a ratchet, up to  50m with a primitiv system. If you want to tighten longer, you will need to use some pulleys
  • A must to walk barefoot
  • If wet, always dry your webbing, away from UV. It will expend the life of your equipment. Wash with cold and clean water if dirty (mud) or salty due to see water.
  • Store your webbing, clean and dry, away from UV and heating sources.


  • Trickline/Jumpline. Prefer the Andy Lewis Kit
  • Permanent rig - slackline webbing is made to be set up and release after each session.
  • Don't tighten on urban furnitures (bench, handrail, lamppost)


  • Use Wind Stopper by windy condition to avoid resonance
  • You can made different setup in the banana
  • To train harder, reduce the tension, or double your webbing
  • Protect your slings and the tree with the tree protection. This will extend the life of your gear.
  • Dry your webbing after use. Always store it clean and protected from UV.

Carry bag (option)

  • 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 !
    - You can store 130m of RVD maximum in this Drybag 20L -

drybag 20L easy slackline

Custom webbing (option)

  • 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

slackline customization


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 highline.fr

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


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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