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Slack Science, powered by Balance Community: Slackline Outfitters, is a blog run by Jerry Miszewski about slacklining. He offers tips and tricks to various parts of setting-up, taking down, in-depth looks at various aspects of a setup, and hints at walking slacklines.

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Jerry's long history with the sport of slackline has given him a wealth of knowledge that he loves to share with his fellow slackliners. Slack Science is a place anyone and everyone to come and learn about our wonderful sport of slacklining.

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A simple test we conducted on a highline anchor to see what sort of shockload values could be expected if a main anchor were to fail.

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Guest article written by Sayar Kuchenski about the affects of shockloading on a multi-bolt anchor situation during a single bolt failure.

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A test comparing the cyclic loading of a longline with and without wind dampeners on a windy day. Article written by Sayar Kuchenski.

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Walking a highline with a leash An article going over various techniques for managing your leash while walking a highline.

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Highline Safety A reminder to everyone that slacklining, specifically highlining, is a very dangerous activity that requires a very specific set of knowledge and gear. Please read on for the reminder.

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Connection Points Part two of our series on Highline Leashes - All about the connection points.

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Wind Dampeners Have you ever gone slacklining in extremely high winds just to find that your line oscillates to the point where you can no longer walk it? This technique will help mitigate that issue with a few very simple items.

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Webbing Anchors

An in-depth article on the various types of slackline webbing anchors and how they are used.

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Line Sleeves Line Sleeves - What are they, how to use them, and what to use when you need them.

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Slider Tapes Highline taping technique to allow for the backup and main line in a highline to move independently of eachother.

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A highline leash fall simulation test using two strands of a prototype Vectran webbing. We tested the total force on the whole system as well as just the backup line using both standard anchors as well as dynamic anchors.

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An article all about equalizing bolts. This mostly deals with the sliding-x anchor that is most commonly used for highline setups with bolts. This technique works for any number of bolts beyond two.

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