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Nov 19, 2009 4:21:30 PM

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Singing Rock Singing-Rock SingingRock Slackline Slacklines

Two Czech climbers and a Belgian salesman founded Singing Rock back in 1992. During first decade of production Singing Rock owners succeeded in setting up the up-to-date production with most modern machinery.

Harnesses and ropes are two main product groups that are helping to spread great reputation of Singing Rock throughout climbing community. In order to have complete range for almost every customer, Singing Rock also produces anchoring and belaying devices, carabiners, pulleys etc. Design team prepares prototypes, does careful pre-production testing with climbing gear and also with gear for caving, work at height, fire brigade and rescue activities.

There is very competent group of top climbers, who, hand in hand with Singing Rock's design team, are setting the design standard and functionality even higher. To name few: Martin Stráník, Štepán Stráník, Jitka Mázlová and Luboš Mázl, Dušan Stoupa Janák and many others. It means that before you get the harness, rope or carabiner it had t...
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Nov 19, 2009 3:55:28 PM

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Red Chili Red-Chili RedChili Slackline Slacklines

The Red Chili Story by Stefan Glowacz - Sun set when Uwe and I reached the summit plateau of El Cap tired and exhausted, after climbing the “West Face” in only one day.

Our feet were burning like hell in the way too tight climbing shoes that we had to wear. And then it came down on us, like a flash, like a vision. We saw a pair of shoes. A shoe that fits so perfect and so customized that even after twenty hard core pitches, or after half a day of bouldering, nothing hurts and climbing still is nothing but fun. The vision disappeared and after this enlightenment, we knew that something had to happen.

At this time Uwe and I tried to distribute a Spanish climbing shoe brand in Germany, but over and over again we had to drown our frustration about late delivery and unsatisfied customers in gallons of Rioja red vine. It was one of these nights when we sat in Uwe’s apartment drinking and listening to loud Red Hot Chili Peppers music, when we had our vision again. “Why don’t we fu$%&***in’ star...
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Oct 29, 2009 6:34:27 PM

Created by Slackomat

Getting started with Slacklining is so easy!

Experience showed that almost everbody - no matter how old - can learn to walk on a Slackline. All it takes is  interest in new things, a bit of sportivity and ambition to to stop trying after a cuoples of minutes.

Ideal conditions!

By follwoing a few simple rules, you can create perfect premises for having a easy star.

  • Take a look after a plan, soft ground, e.g. grass
  • Mount your Slackline at a low height. For children choose a height between 5.9 inch and 11.8 inch and for teens and adults (because of their higher weight) roundabout 15.75 inches.
  • We appreciate to install your Slackline "slack" - so to say to to strong.
  • The distance shouldn't be too short - at least 197 inches long. Athoterwise the dynamic of the Slackline will be disabled.
  • The distance shouldn't also be too long (max. 590 inch) because it takes a lot more body tension.

Very importent is, that your Slacklines doesn't touch the ground when you are walking in the middle of the Slackline!

That's it! Let's go!
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Oct 28, 2009 5:18:23 PM

Created by Slackline Corner

Free Walker Free-Walker FreeWalker Slackline Slacklines

The company Free Walker has focused on the new top-trend sport for children and adults who want to play, sports and fun. Slacklinen absorbs nearly all muscle groups, and promotes Muscle growth. It's also a lot of concentration necessary to maintain balance on the slackline to. Free-Walker has developed a new patented product slackline.

The Free-Walker slackline is unique, because thanks to the ground screws or spindles that can be easily set up anywhere - just without the trees or gymnasiums. With Free Walker Slacklines you are able to operate anywhere Slacklining through the unique combination of A-frames, augers and slackline.

The establishment of the Free Walker sets you create in just 10 minutes. The slackline Free Walker can of course also be stretched between two trees. In one set of the complete mounting hardware is included and will be shipped.

The Free-Walker set in gardens can be built up on play and sports grounds, camping grounds, in woods, in parks, on lawns or on suita...
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