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Perfect your balance.

Attain total balance with nature and gravity when you practice on the Eagles Nest Outfitters SlackWire Slackline. This straightforward design comes with a ratcheting winch and spans more than 50 feet between anchors.

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awesome purchase

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i just got mine in the mail and took it out yesterday. I spent over an hour and a half with my buddy trying to walk across it. we had a blast. i definitely have no regrets making this purchase. if youre thinking about buying this product, DO IT!!

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Great choice for my 1st slackline

This was the perfect purchase for my 1st slackline. I brought it to a family function at the park and everyone loved trying it out. Great buy!

is this a one inch or two inch slackline...

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is this a one inch or two inch slackline?

Is this slackline adjustable or does it...

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Is this slackline adjustable or does it have to be 45 feet between trees? something like 30 feet?

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It's adjustable up to 45 feet, so yes, anywhere in between that as well.

What is weight limit on this product

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What is weight limit on this product

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They don't generally post weight limits on this stuff because it's climbing-spec webbing or stronger, meaning that the tensile strength is greater than 4500lbs. Seen videos with several people on a slackline and no problem. Maximum weight is also dependent on how long you set it up. A 60' setup will be able to take less weight than a 10' one.

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I asked about the length not the wieght. Do you have to stretch the slackline all the way or can you shorten it?