The YogaSlackers eLine is perfect for beginner slackliners to practice slackline yoga. It is also a great travel line. Known for being a favorite, this versatile 1” line offers lower tension for a safe and fun way to work both static and dynamic poses (walking, sitting, kneeling, surfing, etc.). With the lower stretch of this line you can get the most useable length to slack on without needing an army to tighten it.
The setup and takedown are incredibly simple and easy, any one person can do it in just a few minutes. The line and rigging are light, compact, and easy to carry, making it an incredible travel companion. The fiber is weather resistant so you can leave it set up in the yard without a worry about water or sun damage.
We feel it’s important to warn you that the eLine is highly addictive, incredibly fun, and once people see you playing on it they’ll want to come walk the line too!
If you’re curious about slacklining, this is the perfect line to start with. Kit includes everything you need to get started, taking the guesswork out for you:
Included in this kit:
- 3x Oval Key Lock Locking Carabiners
- 1x Line Lock
- 2x 2 meter Anchor
- 1x 15 meter eLine Slackline
- 1x Mesh Storage Bag
- 1x Instruction Sheet
- 2x Tree Pro
|eLine Slackline Webbing|
|Features||Bright orange webbing. YogaSlackers eLine label with space to write your name|
|Origin||Assembled in the US|
Components made in France, Taiwan and China.
|Width||1 in (25.4 mm)|
|Thickness:||0.082 in (2.08 mm)|
|Weight per 100 ft:||3.25 lbs|
|Stretch @ WILL:||3.5 %|
(Minimum Breaking Strength)
|4,468 lbs (21.5 kN)|
(Working Load Limit)
|900 lbs (4 kN)|
Our lines no longer feature the YogaSlackers logo and quote. The last factory that agreed to such a long print, ended up damaging a large quantity of our webbing. The safety, longevity and usability of our product is most important to us than our cute logo.
We hope that this does not negatively affect your practice or your love for our lines. We are actively searching for a new factory that can take on this task.
In the meantime, please repeat while walking this line:
“Life and death are one thread,
one line viewed from opposite ends,
all experience lies between”
And imagine you are stepping on our silhouetted figures with each step.