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Classic Training Slackline, Nylon – Blue and Red – 50’L x 2″W


HearthSong Exclusive – A perfect way for kids of all ages to hone balancing skills while building strength and confidence! The two-inch-wide nylon webbing extends up to 50 feet; an extra training line to hold on to makes it ideal for slackliners of various sizes and skill levels. Ratchet tensioning is simple to use and to set up. Attaches easily to trees-no additional tools or rigging are needed. Includes protective tree pads, instruction manual and carrying bag. For up to 800 lbs. total weight. Adult assembly required; adult supervision recommended. For ages 5 and up. Size: 2″ wide nylon webbing extends up to 50′.

Product Features

  • Slacklining is a fun way for kids to build strength and confidence
  • Builds balancing skills
  • Extra training line makes it ideal for many sizes and skill levels
  • Attaches easily to trees
  • Includes protective tree pads, instruction manual, and carrying bag


Vanina says:

Nice and sturdy, a bit frustrating to put together the first time, but once you get it – quite easy! I was a bit skeptical at first because this is not a famous brand, but decided to try it. Several months later I am very happy with the purchase. My 4-year-old loves it and we put it in our front yard at least once every week. Then all kids from the neighborhood join and this thing is so sturdy that it is actually holding 8-9 kids aged 4 to 10 without any problem! It is not showing wear&tear signs, the mechanism works great and once you figure out how to use the tension mechanism, you could…

Mom CPX says:

This is fun for the whole family This is fun for the whole family… there are lots of videos online to help you learn to ‘slack line’! You might need one for the littles and one for the talls…cos the top line should be above your head. However it is possible to just move the top training line up and down. Please note that 49 ft of slack line needs to go around the tree at one end! Plus that 49ft is not as far as you think…so go out and measure between two trees just to make sure. We have got a big tree protected with…

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