Soft Releases

  • A Soft Release is a specially designed piece of webbing used while detensioning slacklines or highlines.  It works by wrapping the soft release webbing a minimum of 5 times, connecting two rated connectors and securing the velcro strap.  Soft releases are easy to use and will save you a lot of time on your derig.
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    A Soft Release is a specially designed piece of webbing used while detensioning slacklines or highlines.  It works by wrapping the soft release webbing a minimum of 5 times, connecting two rated connectors and securing the velcro strap.  Be sure to tie a safety knot as a backup.   The friction of the wraps plus the securing velcro strap ensures the soft release webbing does not slip while you session hard.  When you are ready to detention your slackline, simply undo your security knot and velcro strap, then slowly allow the extra webbing to slide between the two connectors.   Soft releases are easy to use and will save you a lot of time on your derig.

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  • Combining the Soft Release Webbing, a CM shackles and triple action auto-locking carabiner gives an extremely strong soft release system ideal for highlining.    A Soft Release is a specially designed piece of webbing used while detensioning slacklines or highlines.  It works by wrapping the soft release webbing a minimum of 5 times, connecting two rated connectors and securing the velcro strap.  Be sure to tie a safety knot as a backup.   The friction of the wraps plus the securing velcro strap ensures the soft release webbing does not slip while you session hard.  When you are ready to detention your slackline, simply undo your security knot and velcro strap, then slowly allow the extra webbing to slide between the two connectors.   Soft releases are easy to use and will save you a lot of time on your derig.
  • Combining the Soft Release Webbing with DMM PerfectO Carabiners makes for an easy to use, reliable soft release system ideal for slacklining in the park. A Soft Release is a specially designed piece of webbing used while detensioning slacklines or highlines.  It works by wrapping the soft release webbing a minimum of 5 times, connecting two rated connectors and securing the velcro strap.  Be sure to tie a safety knot as a backup.   The friction of the wraps plus the securing velcro strap ensures the soft release webbing does not slip while you session hard.  When you are ready to detention your slackline, simply undo your security knot and velcro strap, then slowly allow the extra webbing to slide between the two connectors.   Soft releases are easy to use and will save you a lot of time on your derig.
  • Combining the Soft Release Webbing with two 12mm stainless steel shackles makes for a strong and lightweight soft release system ideal for highlining. A Soft Release is a specially designed piece of webbing used while detensioning slacklines or highlines.  It works by wrapping the soft release webbing a minimum of 5 times, connecting two rated connectors and securing the velcro strap.  Be sure to tie a safety knot as a backup.   The friction of the wraps plus the securing velcro strap ensures the soft release webbing does not slip while you session hard.  When you are ready to detention your slackline, simply undo your security knot and velcro strap, then slowly allow the extra webbing to slide between the two connectors.   Soft releases are easy to use and will save you a lot of time on your derig.
  • The combination of a stainless steel bow shackle and a steel carabiner makes for an extremely strong, and easy to use soft release system ideal for highlining.  The bow of the shackle can be loaded in multiple directions, ideal for connecting to your anchor.  The triple auto-locking carabiner has an MBS of 30kN along the major axis making it ideal to connect to sewn loops. A Soft Release is a specially designed piece of webbing used while de-tensioning slacklines or highlines.  It works by wrapping the soft release webbing a minimum of 5 times, connecting two rated connectors, and securing the velcro strap.  Be sure to tie a safety knot as a backup.   The friction of the wraps plus the securing velcro strap ensures the soft release webbing does not slip while you session hard.  When you are ready to detention your slackline, simply undo your security knot and velcro strap, then slowly allow the extra webbing to slide between the two connectors.   Soft releases are easy to use and will save you a lot of time on your derig.
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