Slack Science

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.

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.

Introduction Today we are discussing the testing and strength of the 2 different bGebz Knots, shown in our previous Slack Science article here: Anchoring the Alpine WebLock 4.0.   Background With...

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Welcome to the Highline Anchor Analysis series of Slack Science articles. In this series I will be posting pictures of various highline anchors and analyzing them using the Highline Anchor...

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Introduction There are a number of ways that slackliners use slings, which are typically spansets, that are non-standard. Until now, we just believed that because of how strong spansets are,...

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Have you ever been to a spot where all the trees were either too big or too small for the spansets you have? What if there was a way that...

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I've been getting a lot of questions regarding equalizing multiple bolts with Spansets, so I thought I would write an article about it that will hopefully provide enough information to get...

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Span·sets - A lifting sling made from several wraps of natural polyester fiber covered by a double-wall tubular webbing that is sewn together at the ends. Often referred to as...

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