At Balance Community we are dedicated to providing slackliners world wide with quality slackline gear that will last. Our goal is to be able to provide the gear necessary to setup any slackline that you can imagine. Whether you are setting up a 20 ft. line in your backyard, or are trying to break the longline record, Balance Community has the gear for you.
At Balance Community we are devoted to the slackline community. We are constantly striving to help the community grow and stay as awesome as it has been for the past several years. In this section of the site, you will find a variety of tools to help grow the slackline community in your area as well as find other slackliners that are close to you!
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I am brand new to slack lining but someone who knows what they are doing recommend BC. This kit was perfect. Not difficult to set up, the real deal and top quality. I'm only up to 3 steps in a row but that's not the lines fault!
I had previously owned a 2 inch slackline and I heard that a lot of professionals use 1 Inch lines so I went out and bought this. Really really good for a primitive 1 inch line. Super easy to set up and I really enjoyed it. I do recommend it for the price!
This kit now comes with the upgraded adjustable anchor webbing too! Easy to setup and fun a blast to walk on! I set my line up by myself about 4 feet high at the anchors and it won't touch at the middle.
This is my first primitive slackline and I love it. Once you learn how to set it up it can be done in 5-10 minutes. I wish I could make it a bit tighter but I'll probably just invest in some pulleys in the future. I plan on using this line as a nice waterline over a river that I have nearby. Can't wait!
I got a slackline kit for my wife's birthday and we are both loving it. The primitive kit was easy to setup especially with the video that is available on the site. We are brand new to this and are having a blast, even at that age of 60! Thanks to Faith Dickey for pointing us to your site. Lowlining in Florida.
I don't have this actual kit but I use this exact same setup other than one thing. I find it better to just use another oval biner for the multiplier in case u have to reset the multiplier a few times to get the tension u want.
When I'm done setting my line I like to only have about a foot of the line lost due to the tension system so that's why I usually have to reset the multiplier a few times.
Very quick and easy setup though. Highly recommend this!
PS: You can probably make this on your own for cheaper if you're a penny saver.
Great starter kit. Easy to set up by myself with the extra large ring and carabiner. No issues so far and would recommend this kit to anyone who wants to stay away from the ratchet tensioning systems. The p2 multiplier might be necessary for some, but I have found it easy enough to get the tension I want by myself at 60 ft length and chest high.
I bought this kit a while back, and I loved it. When i first got the kit, i tried the wrap ring method as show in the instruction manual, for the multiplier. I quickly changed that just another carabiner, because it was quicker. would you sell it with 6 carabiners and just the two normal wrap rings?
Question by: joseph schlosser on Jul 21, 2014 7:23:00 AM
I most certainly would! Are you looking to purchase a second kit? If so, it may be best to purchase the components on their own. You will need the following items:
Is there a minimum diameter needed for the trees I use for anchors?
Question by: Kate on Jan 10, 2015 4:13:00 PM
The smallest trees I would recommend using for any type of slackline setup would be 12 inches in diameter (at the location of the anchors). The max tree size that will work with the anchors that are included with this kit is just over 24 inches in diameter.
Answer by: Balance Community (Admin) on Jan 10, 2015 7:53:00 PM
Is this good for setting up rodeo lines? I assume yes but I'm new to rodeo lines. I want to set up a line to do slack yoga as well. Is this a good one to start with for those purposes? I'm not sure in terms of the webbing and comfort. Thanks!
Question by: Dan Walsh on Aug 25, 2015 5:18:00 AM
It will work okay for rodeo lines. A better line to use would be something with lower stretch such as the Feather. The rest of the components that come with the kit will work perfectly for rodeo lines.
Answer by: Balance Community (Admin) on Aug 25, 2015 2:47:00 PM
First off, excellent website. I ordered the primitive kit on Tuesday and it arrived Yesterday, it's awesome when you don't have to wait long for a new toy. I do have a question though: the primitive kit comes with 80' of webbing, what's the longest line I can set up with this system?
Question by: Andrew Murray on Oct 3, 2014 8:31:00 AM
Glad to hear you enjoy the site and that the kit arrived so quickly.
With 80 feet of line, you should be able to setup a 55 foot line, plus or minus a few feet depending on your preferred tension.
Answer by: Balance Community (Admin) on Oct 3, 2014 9:48:00 AM