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Slackers 50-Feet Slackline Classic Set with Bonus Teaching Line
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- Training Slackline
- Perfect Way To Hone Balancing Skills
- Includes Extra Training Line To Hold On To, Instruction Manual, And Storage Bag
- Two-Inch Wide Nylon Webbing And Ratchet Tensioning For Easy Use And Set-Up
- Great For Beginners Of All Ages!
- Slacklines help improve core strength, and balance
- Set up in 10 minutes
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Kit Contains: 50' 2" webbing & ratchet, bonus 50' 1" teaching line, ratchet & carrying bag included.
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I tightened the line after they used it for 20 minutes, and then it seemed to stabilize. It was plenty strong enough for adults to use it to.
Couple things we learned: The trees we used were not 50' apart, and my sons began to play with the left over training slackline (the one that installs overhead) while walking across...not a good idea. We simply rolled up the leftover slackline with a twistie tie and attached it to the hanging line (between the tree and the hardware) to keep it out of the way. We also did it close to our patio and my son slipped off and scratched his leg a little bit, so we moved the table and chairs out of the way. Also follow the instructions for height attachment guidelines on the tree. When my boys jumped off, sometimes they would straddle the line, and well...it's sort of like a bicycle bar between the legs if the line is too high (if you know what I mean).
I'm giving it 4 stars instead of 5 because it took me a couple of tries to thread the line through the ratcheting handles properly, and unfortunately there were no clear directions on how to do that. I also had a bit of trouble releasing the line to remove it from the trees. The ratcheting mechanism is identical to most tie-down straps so I'm not sure if it would be better with any other system.