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|Stretch||4.50% @ 6kN|
|Weight||45 g/m (3.02 lbs/100 ft)|
|MBS||20.0 kN (4,496 lbf)|
|WLL||4.0 kN (899 lbf)|
1.0 - 3.5kN
The ultimate versatile webbing that provides a dynamic walking experience combined with low stretch properties that make tensioning a breeze. This tubular polyester webbing provides a stable, playful, dynamic and soft walk. The color combination maximizes visibility, optimized for lowlight slacking conditions. This is THE go-to park webbing for the beginner or veteran slackliner alike. Ideal for primitive slacklines, rodeo lines, and longlines.
Ever since the dawn of slacklining, tubular webbing has been at the forefront of innovation. Starting with tubular Climb-Spec, made from Nylon, slackliners in Yosemite would rig it between the trees. These days, some of the most desirable webbings used for freestyle highlining are made in a very similar fashion.
The only downside to tubular nylon for lines low to the ground is the stretch! It just stretches endlessly, making it nearly impossible to rig using a primitive style tensioning system. Enter Jelly webbing.
Jelly is made with the same dense weave as climb-spec tubular, but using small denier Polyester yarns. Thus, the stretch curve is far more desireable for a park line! However, you maintain that amazing feeling that we all know and love about Climb-Spec! The best of both worlds!
Because of Jelly's construction and core-material, it has a stretch like not many other webbings in it's weight class. A smooth and soft stretch curve that gives it a slight bounce at tension, but requries little work to get there. What a wonderful webbing for a primitive kit...
Compare the stretch of Jelly to our other webbings on our Webbing Stretch page
However synthetic a blue raspberry piece of candy seems, it always tastes good. The same can be said about Jelly webbing! Sure, the colors are bright, but oh my do they look good, especially under your foot while cruising a line in the park.
Every one of the fixed length options for Jelly Webbing come with our Simple Sewn Loops on both ends of the line, free of charge! These simple sewn loops are sewn in a way that retains 85% or more of the strength of the webbing, which gives you a sewn and easy way to attach your line to your anchor. We've dimensioned the sewn loops such that many connectors can be attached to it at the same time, allowing backup anchors and multiple attachment points to be utilized.
We use a high strength 138-lb bonded polyester thread with a minimum of 300 stitches in each sewn loop in order to provide as much strength and longevity as possible. With our high quality tooling and professional grade sewing machine, we are able to achieve very high consistency with our sewn loops, providing a strong and reliable anchor point on all of our webbings.
The sewn ends have a sheath on the webbing in the sewn loop in order to protect a heavily abrasion-prone location on the line. This sheathing is made from a highly abrasion resistant cordura Nylon sleeving material, ensuring the wear point of the sewn loop is protected for hundreds of uses. The color of this sleeving material will vary.
All fixed lengths (50m, 60m, 100m, and 120m) come with sewn loops on both ends. Any custom lengths do not include sewn loops, they must be added to your order separately.
Width – 25.4 mm (1.00 inches)
Thickness – 2.30 mm (0.090 inches)
Weight – 45 g/m (3.02 lbs/100 ft)
MBS – 20.0 kN (4,496 lbf)
WLL – 4.0 kN (899 lbf)
Abrasion Retention – 0.5
MBS – 18.0 kN (4,046 lbf)
Thread Type – 138-lb Bonded Polyester
Raw Materials – 100% Polyester
Weave Structure – Dense tubular weave
Weave Zoning – Single zone tubular
Style – Best for park lines under 60m in length
Optimum Tensions – 1.0 - 4.5 kN (225 - 1,000 lbf)
Preferred Lengths – 10 - 60m (33 - 200 feet)
1 kN – 0.48%
2 kN – 1.37%
3 kN – 2.21%
4 kN – 2.96%
5 kN – 3.84%
6 kN – 4.5%
7 kN – 5.1%
8 kN – 5.72%
9 kN – 6.38%
10 kN – 7.01%
11 kN – 7.61%
12 kN – 8.19%