Slacklining, an activity that came out of the rock climbing community, was embraced by CrossFit due to the fact that like gymnastics rings, the slackline is an inherently stable system that only becomes unstable when the human element is introduced. Learning to walk on a slackline involves learning to quiet the involuntary muscle movements that cause the line to vibrate, which is similar to learning to stop shaking when supporting yourself on the rings. However, slacklining takes all this to a much higher level.
Rogue offers two different Gibbon Slacklines for variations on the sport.
1. The Classic is perfect for the beginner or diverse slackliner. Thicker webbing and two lengths make this the best line for any location or skill level. It can even be used as a portable rail for skis, snowboards and skateboards!
2. The Jibline is for the more adventurous type. Thinner webbing and much more dynamic, the Jibline is ideal for tricks and jumps. This line takes balance to a new level! Thin, flexible webbing provides a trampoline-like effect and rubber based print provides added grip. The low mounting height is for safe handling.