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Soft shackles are amazingly light and exceptionally strong. It is truly amazing how strong a small piece of rope can be. Hypothesis: Soft Shackle made from 3/8" Amsteel with a button knot should break [...]
There a many different ways to secure your slackline webbing. A common method is to use a static lock created by passing a bite of webbing through a closed loop and securing it. For [...]
Slackline webbing can be damaged from any number of ways. It is important to understand the impact that damage may have the strength of the webbing. Does one cut thread cause the webbing to [...]
The first ever north-north gully rope swing in Squamish. This amazing gully is home to some amazing and famous highlines and it has always been a dream to rig a swing here. A one day [...]
I've always wanted to learn how to slackline, but think doing that by itself is boring. So, I tried to do some yo-yo tricks while slacklining over a massive cavern, 50 feet in the air. [...]
Special thank you to Levi Allen for putting this amazing video!
Sewn loops on the end of your slackline webbing can make rigging the static side nice and easy. Simply attach the main loop to your rated anchor using a rated connection, clip off [...]
Squamish highliners gathering | Aug 8 - 12 |