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Gibbon Slacklines ClassicLine Slackline


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    • Red, 49 Feet

    3 Reviews


    The first classic slackline.

    It isn't exactly appropriate to call Gibbon's ClassicLine Slackline the first classic line for slackers; that title belongs to climbing ropes. However, the ClassicLine is the most popular option from Gibbon. It's durable, easy to handle, and meets the requirements of any legitimate slacklining competition. Gibbon includes everything you need to hit the park in search of two trees and good times.

    • The first classic slackline for beginners and fans of fun
    • Included ratchet and slings make for simple set up
    • RatPad ratchet complies with DIN 79400 safety standards
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    Great beginner line

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

    You can't go wrong with the Gibbon slack line. We have an 80' and now this 49' line. The shorter line is great beginner line. It is easy to toss into a backpack and take it hiking, camping or to the park.

    Hang Loose Bruh

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Being new to this Slack thing, I talked to a few Gearheads about some stuff to try out, and narrowed down my search to this line. While the line and rachet system in my time using it have been completely faultless, I realized that it only worked for the most basic setups. Any kind of setup running longer than 38 ft will be quite difficult to make use of, because the line wrapping around both tree anchors typically takes up around 6-8ft of the normal line.
    While this might not sound to bad if you're only planning on using it for a standard setup, I would highly recommend upgrading to the XL Classic line if you want a setup which you can grow into. This would include all the durable and well-made features of the normal classic line, without the limiting length.