We love that this line can be setup short for beginners, tight for trickliners, or long and loose for long-line enthusiasts working to keep a perfect center. The line is closer in feel to more traditional (primitive) slacklines although with a little less stretch, and provides the option for an easy-to-setup longer (60 ft) slackline kit than can be used for static or dynamic tricks. The tubular webbing is soft on the feet and provides a moderate stretch for balance postures. With two ratchets the line can be cranked tight and allows for many aerial maneuvers as well.
For traditionalists you might be better served by sticking with tubular webbing (15-20% stretch) in a primitive setup if you enjoy a line that gives and stretches in harmony with your movements. For those aerial liners I would recommend sticking with a 2" Gibbon Jibline or Gibbon Surfline which offers more surface area on which to bounce and play. For those looking to walk a longer more sturdy line that can be setup at lower heights, one might consider the Gibbon Flowline, or potentially purchase Gibbon Tubeline in a longer spool along with the appropriate pulley technology and tensioning system.