Topline Balance Aid for Slacklines

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Shorten the slackline learning curve with this "top line." This "top line" is a balance aid for novice slackliners that is set up above the slackline within arms reach.

For those trying out slacklining for the first time, the helpline can be used to maintain balance during those first wobbly steps.

If you are looking to take it to the next level, throw a short piece of webbing or rope over the top of the help line and use the help line as an overhead guide while walking. T

he helpline can also be used by those looking to explore new tricks as a way to build the muscle memory of advanced or complex movements.

Easy setup: Can be mounted above any slackline to help beginners learn how to balance themselves. The line is 50 feet in length and comes with a two-piece ratchet system for easy tightening.

Avoid other guide lines that require knots or rely on friction to stay tight as they must constantly be readjusted.

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04/26/2017
Jesus M. Crespo-Diaz

Get more slackline time

This strap is great for novices and kids alike to get non-stop time on a slackline. If you are more advanced you can use the strap by itself and place it slightly above your head but within reach of your hands. If you are about to lose balance, just dab the line a little bit. For kids I use a Hangover S plus a regular carabiner and a short rope. With this setup kids get lots of asistance and can perform tricks that would be otherwise impossible. I usually set up three or four slacklines and put one of these for the kids so they can play nonstop. This line is NOT meant to be used as a slackline (thus making the negative review baseless). I have an 80 foot slackline and wish they made it a longer strap. You can fix this by attaching a regular one inch strapline with a cow hitch.