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!
Please Note - This is an add-on product. You must purchase a piece of slackline webbing with this item. We can only sew loops on new slackline webbings from our shop. We are not able to sew loops on used, previously purchased, or non-Balance Community webbings.
Only available for 1" Slackline Webbing. Please select a Slackline Webbing when purchasing this item.
The ultimate termination point for your slackline webbing, the BC Sewn Loop is a unique and bomber way to anchor your slackline. This sewn end comes with 2 cascading sewn loops at the end of your slackline webbing. The main sewn loop is for anchoring the slackline, the second loop is for backup purposes. Simply attach the second loop to a second anchor or backup system in order to backup the main loop and main anchor system.
The following are characteristics of the BC Sewn Loop:
Sewn loops made in-house with quality materials
Tested and optimized to hold a minimum of 80% of the MBS for any Slackline Webbing from Balance Community
Both main and backup sewn loops are made from 8 bartacks constructed with 138-lbs Bonded Polyester thread
Available to purchase for one or both ends of your slackline webbing
So easy to rig and back up for a highline anchor on one side! cutting out a whole set of weblocks! I was using 4 now 2 with the sewn loops! I highly recomend getting the loops on BOTH ends!!!!! Its worth it in the long run!!!
Review by Pete FlyGuy(Posted on February 26, 2017)
If you are not using a sewn loop than shame on you! Seriously though, this makes rigging more simple, easy and affordable. I feel that it adds to the safety in rigging by making things more simple, and that is important. It is so easy even a rock climber can figure it out! While that sounds like a joke, it is true. Imagine going highlining with a climber friend, tagging the webbing over to them, and trying to explain to them from 100' away how to rig a weblock; yikes. With the sewn loop, no problem. Simple, easy, light, affordable and sexy.
I love the idea of attaching the webbing directly to the slings just with a shackle, it's just so comfortable. My only concern is that some of the bar tacks in the middle section look sketchy or poorly made. My sewn loop is on Mantra, I'm not sure if this is so because the webbing is very thick, but this could be an area for improvement.
These are so great for easy rigging. They allow for quick static anchor attachment, and are much cheaper than buying another weblock. I always get one or both ends. I prefer both to allow for tensioning different areas of the webbing. The lower WLL barely matters now that my lines are getting a lot saggier. Essential add on to slacklines.
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How much webbing should I add to my order when adding a sewn loop?
Question by: James on Jun 8, 2016 11:00:00 AM
A sewn loop takes roughly 2 feet of webbing per end. If you want to be sure you have a specific length after sewing is complete, add 2 feet per sewn loop (4 feet for sewn loops on both ends).
Answer by: Balance Community (Admin) on Jun 11, 2016 3:59:00 AM