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Gibbon Slacklines made the Surfline with plenty of kick and power, and with a 30-meter length, it's the next challenge for you to step up to. (Or step onto ... whatever.) A long-lever ratchet lets you adjust tension, and the two-part set assembles and disassembles quickly. The included instruction manual offers guidelines and ideas.

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These are a lot of fun, not as intuitive as 1inch webbing, but these are definitely made for the trick crowd. I've been reading a lot about ratchet issues on these as I began having concerns while ratcheting mine. It was extremely difficult to ratchet, would sporadically work and then not, but finally start to play along as more tension was placed on it. I scratched my head and examined each piece carefully but no burs, bends or grooves had formed to cause this. LUBE. The answer to all of life's sticky situations. Clean er up if it's got sand/ debris in it and allow to dry followed by a couple squirts of your favorite all purpose lubricant. I used PB blaster, but most anything will work. It instantly worked like new and am no longer weary of it exploding in my face while ratcheting.

Slackline+frisbee+friends = Hours of fun

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Challenging slackline. Definitely upping the ante above the classic slackline. Recommended if you want a little more bounce and if the classic just isn't as fun as it used to be.

Best purchase you could make

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This was my third slackline I bought, I had previously gotten the classic 15 m and then bumped up to the classic 30m. This is much more bouncy and worth all the money you could spend but it is at a wonderful price. It has the sticky side which helps your feet grab the line!

Purple Slackline Power

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have had the original Gibbon slackline, the jib line and I finally settled on this slackline (surfline). I loved moving to the jibline from the original because it adds a trampoline like bounce to the line that not only increases what you can do on the line but also I find more comfortable.

Next, I needed more of a challenging kick to slacklining and found that the Surfline was the perfect combination which took the jibline and made it longer. Now I have 30 meters or 98 feet of surfing in front of me with the ability to still commit to tricks. Surfline kills it.

Today I checked out the 1 inch and im getting excited to start that challenge. The Andy Lewis Trickline also caught my eye but is at a steep price. Maybe I will let my friends get that. All in all the surfline does it for me.

Great for tricks!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I had a Classic, then graduated up to this Surfline. It's got a very thin webbing designed for tricks and bounces, so it's perfect for what I'm looking for! The ratchet is super heavy-duty, and like twice the size of the Classic ratchet, so it's alot easier to tension, especially when I set it up really long. Would recommend!

Sick Line

    This is the longest line you can buy for a kit and its definitely good for surfing, tricks and even letting your newbie friends try it out if u crank it nice and tight. People complain about the durability of it since the advertised way to de-tension it is to just release the ratchet but I have found that i like to pull the ratchet back and slowly de-tension it by pulling the flip thing back and slowly going down notch by notch. Basically if you are ready to take slacklining to a new level or just want to get really into I would recommend this line. I have some edits with the surfline it on my blog at if you want to see a little bit of this thing in action.

    Sick Line

    what is the difference between the gibbon...

    what is the difference between the gibbon slack line surf line and the gibbon slack line classic besides distance? What else is different between them?