First Look Gear Review
Street Price: $250
Pros: Versatile, durable.
Cons: Does not detention smoothly, heavy, potential wait for delivery.
Best Uses: Walking, surfing, tricklining, longlining.
If you are a beginner, an aerialist, looking to practice yoga, and generally are looking for a line that is reasonably priced and fits your needs, check out our complete Slackline Review to see how different kits available on the market compare.
For serious slackliners out there, the Slackline Brothers Slackline Kit leaves only one thing to be desired: a longer piece of webbing. The only kit that we might recommend more for advanced slackers looking to push their limits on longer and higher lines is the Balance Community Titen Series Custom Pulley System. The Balance Community system is either way more expensive or only slightly more expensive. depending on which gear you already have (GriGri, pulleys, etc). So if you want to rig long lines and have an unlimited budget, get the Balance Community setup. If you are on a budget, then put the Slackline Brothers kit side-by-side with the Balance Community and judge what feels like more bang for your buck.
— Damian Cooksey
OutdoorGearLab Member Reviews
Most recent review: July 21, 2011
Credit: Slackline Brothers