The awesome Macaco slackline just got... well... more awesome - 10m more awesome to be precise.
What's more we're offering them with a large discount for a limited time.
The Macaco is a great line for beginners wanting to get into slacklining in the back garden or at your local park. The wide line (50mm) makes this slack line good for learning on as well as for progressing to more advanced tricks.
Like the Gibbon slacklines these are high quality kits but the Macaco lines are even better value.
The Macaco slackline is one of the lightest around making it easy to stick in your back pack and travel around with (even if you are only going up the road to the park!) Despite being light this slackline is very strong and can handle up to 3 tonnes (Fully tested in the UK)! For added safety and comfort the Ratchet mechanism can handle up to 5 tonnes.
This slack line enables inexperienced slackline enthusiasts to get started easily - it is simple to set up with a nice strong ratchet. Plus it's nice and wide to help you find your balance.
Just attach it to a couple of posts / trees (don't forget your bark protector) and get walking that line!
The Firetoys® 'How to Slackline' booklet is provided but check out the video below for another guide to setting up your line. The video shows the classic Macaco but the method is the same for all Macaco slacklines. We also have a troubleshooting article over here
The Macaco slack line kit contains:
1 x 26m (85.3 feet) of "Slack" specific webbing, Width: 50mm
1 x Sturdy compact ratchet and loop - 2 metres
1 x Firetoys® 'How to Slackline' booklet
1 x Carry bag
Total kit weight: 2.96 Kg
The feedback and reviews of this line are incredible. Many people are dubious because of the low price, but are very quickly converted when they've seen the quality of this line compared to others at twice the price.
As with all products sold on Firetoys, if you are unhappy for whatever reason simply send us back the goods within 60 days for a full refund (click returns in the info menu above for more details).