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The smart slackliner’s accessory.

Protect your slacklining gear with Gibbon Treewear. Special felt keeps the tree and your gear safe from abrasion and wear so you can focus on ditching class to do aerials.

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Here's what others have to say...

5 5

Treewear is needed!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Really like the Gibbon treewear, it keeps the line from harming trees as well as gives the line longevity. A must have!

Treewear is needed!
3 5


  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

These definitely make it easier to set up your slackline, just wrap it around the tree and the velcro holds it in place. They are not as long as I'd like, if you have larger trees that you're trying to use you'll need a towel in addition to this.

5 5


These are a lot easier to use than a towel, but.... an old towel is free. If you want them, you will not be unhappy with your purchase.

2 5


I use two pieces of carpet scraps and they accomplish the same thing... I don't know if you need to spend money on this.

5 5

Easy to use!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These bands are a lot easier to use to protect the tree and your slackline than a towel, sweatshirt, etc... Does what it's made to do. Nice and durable. No complaints here.

Do I need to buy one for each tree or does...

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Do I need to buy one for each tree or does it come with 2? Also what are the dimensions?

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There are two to a pack. A single wrap measures approximately 40" long by 5.7" wide, and you can join two or more together to wrap larger trees.