Longline webbing for the park
Every single Longline has its very own specific features. For example, if you prefer to set up your line using tree anchors lower than 2 m high, the most suitable webbings to choose are low stretch Longlines such as FLY, EDGE or PLASMA.
Longline Webbings There are 19 products.
What are the differences between a tubular line and a flat one?
The webbing can be woven with a flat weave, without internal spaces between the two upper and lower layers; or with a tubular weave with a inner cavity so the upper and lower layers are free to move.
Flat longlines offer greater support under the foot when walking, are more resistant, less elastic and better support high tensions to work for example in the park with lengths over 100 m in length.
The tubular longlines always remain soft under the feet or in the hands, and are generally more elastic and more fun to play with static and dynamic tricks.
Read the data sheet to find out the features and properties of each line.
Longline fibers: polyester, nylon, hybrid
In addition to the different waive, flat or tubular, a fundamental key point that change the quality of a slackline longline is the fiber which it is made.
Polyester is a solid fiber, resistant to chafing, sunlight and with low elongation. Polyamide or nylon is a more delicate, softer and stretch longer than polyester at equal tension. Hybrid webbing, like JOKER have a blend of fibers to get the best of both and obtain a unique result.
The polyester long line is excellent both in the park and in highline, the nylon slackline long line may instead be too elastic to use in the park but is great in highline. Discover the heart of each longline slackline and what is the best enviroment to play and give its best.