Gibbon Slacklines ClassicLine XL Tree Pro Slackline

Gibbon Slacklines ClassicLine XL Tree Pro Slackline
Gibbon Slacklines ClassicLine XL Tree Pro Slackline
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ClassicLine XL Tree Pro Slackline by Gibbon Slacklines
Slacking on regular lines is pretty much second nature at this point. It's time to remember the struggles of learning by slacking on Gibbon's longer ClassicLine XL Tree Pro Slackline. It'll feel like you've never slacklined before, with your whole body swinging side to side as you try to take another step. Since you'll be doing most of your slacking at the park, Gibbon included tree-friendly slings that shouldn't leave a mark when you're finished.

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SKU: GIB000K
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