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slacklines?

salty crag
11-Dec-2009
9:31:50 AM
has anyone bought a slackline recently in Australia? I've been trying to find a seller on the internet but
keep coming up with european websites...

NZclimber
11-Dec-2009
9:35:59 AM
Think climbing anchors has them, and they're on sale too

salty crag
11-Dec-2009
10:04:09 AM
thanks heaps i'll check them out :)
do you know what sort of line would be best to learn on?
Paul
11-Dec-2009
10:21:18 AM
Almost every shop which sells climbing gear will sell webbing by the meter. Google how to set one up, you don't have to buy a fancy kit.

D.Lodge
11-Dec-2009
10:25:46 AM
I bought one from climbing anchors, good easy to setup and take down and packs up tiny

salty crag
11-Dec-2009
10:26:07 AM
Hmmm, identity theft from within one's own home. How can I post above question when I'm in the land of
nod? Methinks notsohumble daughter number 1 has commandeered my login. Retribushin will follow.... or
maybe I ignore and hope to recieve new fun toy in Santa sack?

ajfclark
11-Dec-2009
10:35:31 AM
I'm surprised Slacklineryan hasn't piped up... His website appears to sell kits.

Climboholic
11-Dec-2009
11:47:44 AM
All you need is about 10m of webbing, 3 biners and 2 individual chain links. I bought 2 chain links from bunnings for $2. Just make sure they are wide enough to pass the doubled over webbing through twice.

http://www.slackline.com/?p=166
bl@ke
11-Dec-2009
6:47:06 PM
i got mine from some euro website. I love it because its the only one that says "dont use our stuff for highlining" ;)

Rocker
11-Dec-2009
7:50:23 PM
I brought mine from ROCK Hardware (sponsor on page left)- Steve gave me a great deal on an "Aus Alpine" 15m. It's been sweet fun to learn on; I'v used it almost every day (for the last 2 months...)
Otherwise try Slackline Australia; http://www.slacklineaustralia.com/


russianSpy
11-Dec-2009
8:02:45 PM
got mine from climbing anchors, the basic kit is more than sufficient to learn on!

but now that I (kinda) know what i'm doing, when I upgrade to a longer kit will just buy gear as Paul and Climboholic have mentioned- you don't really need to spend that much $$ plus you can improve the tension system yourself.

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