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Gibbon made the Flowline Slackline with very little stretch, so you can run it across longer distances with much less sag than you'd find in traditional climbing webbing. This makes the Flowline an ideal choice for long lines where sag is a problem, like that 90-footer that you put up in the park. In addition to being very static, the Gibbon Flowline also includes rubberize print for extra grip and more control on your walk.

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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I got my flowline this past October and it has been an outstanding purchase. For those of you who don't want to get one because you think you're awful at it, the learning curve is really steep, you'll be walking in a few sessions. That's one of the best parts about slacklining, it doesn't take long to learn something new on a slackline and there's a lot to do on them. As well, nothing brings the rad people to the yard like throwing up a slackline in a publicly frequented place. I was so into it all that I bought a surfline as well. If you are into walking, I'd pick the one incher, two incher is more for tricks in my opinion. Watch out though, it's addicting.

Great line!

This makes for a great line not only for long line set ups but also for every length. Very little stretch on this line which isn't a big deal for me I like it. If you are looking for a line that will do well on long set ups and won't sag a whole lot when you get out in the middle, then this is a great line.

Great line!