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Skyline, or High-mountain highlining…. One of the most extrem way of our sport. But so beautifull :
Last week end we’ve met with Emie Briviba and shot a nice little highline with some girly moves
Two weeks ago we were in Nice in the Allianz Riviera stadium with the Slack Mountain team to break the highline record in a stadium. This was actually a 100m urban highline on Polyester.
100m quadruple webbing ! Thanks to Slack mountain for the showtime
An original jumpline session in Montpellier France ! Fresh with good moves. Good to watch something different.
There are different topos online but SlackMountain is going what step higher ! They are very specific and offer a categorie for longline spot over 150m !!! Great news for those who are searching the next big challenge for their slackline training.
That’s here :
After releasing the triple pulley, SlackMountain is offering a kit on demand ! You can choose your length of rope, size, the brake… Chooses whatever you like, it’s for you !
It’s your size: just customize it ! It’s here :
Slack-Mountain UK show you with this giff video how to set up your pulley system ! We see step by step how to make it work : clean and easy to understand !
The ” Machard-Drisse” ! It’s the latest product made by Slack-Mountain.
If you have no jumar, you can do a machard knot on your rope. It’s exactly the same system with a webbing. This is an alternative to the line grip !
The system uses a boat drisse of 20mm in polyester that leaves the webbing straight when stretching ! It’s a great idea and it’s cheap. We are talking about 15€ vs 160€ euros for a line grip. It’s a huge gap !
It only weights 196 gr, so two times less than a line grip. We all focus about getting light gear, so it’s a good compromise.
The WLL is 800 kg and the MBS 2t4, so it’s more than reasonable.
As it’s only textile and has not metal, the lifetime of the Machard-Drisse is not as long as the line grip. Note that it’s only compatible with polyester webbing. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work with hybrides, dyneema and other textile.
So for low budget the Machard Drisse is perfect, specially if you slack on the floor. For highline, we suggest to use a line grip since it’s faster to setup.
To get the product :