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Slacklining- Howto's, Q's and Pic's


stepping lightly

Stolenmoments
Regular User

stepping lightly

Stolenmoments
Regular User

slackman

28DL Member
28DL Member
in my opinion £72 is still to expensive to try slacklining, as you can still pick a good line up for £30-40.

Have tried the lines though and I did really like them
 

Bunk3r

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28DL Full Member
Ever since I first heard Stepping Lightly stepped on a line I knew one day something as epic as this would crop up. Well done for not disappointing all involved. WIN.
 

Bunk3r

28DL Memb3r
28DL Full Member
28m 1" line at night modelled by 'The Surfer'
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'The Surfer' contemplating getting wet:
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Me nearly about to do a sit start:
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And again:
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Me walking the winter waterline:
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Daytime/waterline pictures by 'Forsaken' -Thanks again for the pics and support, that water was nasty and cold.
 

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morse

The Green Giraffe
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has anyone got any experience with using pulleys to tighten the line? have always been using ratchets, but on lines longer than 20m its getting rather tedious to retighten them all the time.
have had a look at various sets, but they are all really expensive. thought about maybe getting two of these pulleys?
http://www.rockandrescue.co.uk/outdoor-c644/climbing-equipment-c721/pulleys-c736/camp-camp-big-double-pulley-p3575?utm_source=froogle&utm_medium=ppc&utm_term=camp-big-double-pulley-109700&utm_campaign=froogle#10778
 

AJ

AJ
Regular User
Daytime/waterline pictures by 'Forsaken' -Thanks again for the pics and support, that water was nasty and cold.
No problem, Bunk3r. I'm having a go when the river Tees doesn't resemble a tar pit.
 

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