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  • Writer's pictureSukrit Gupta

Review: Project Rockface Slick Slack

Slack line is a sport that is fast gaining popularity in India for all the right reasons. It requires bare minimum equipment and the things you can try are endless. Just to give you an idea about the possibilities, you can perform something as simple as a walk or something as complicated as intricate dance moves on a slack line. To get started all you need is a slack line and two anchors to tie the line on, and obviously the knack for adventure. Just put it on anywhere reasonable and get started. Balancing yourself on a standard 2-inch flat line is tricky but once you have mastered that, there will surely be no stopping you. Slacklining as a sport is still nascent in India, so there is always space for new tricks and moves. The problem is that there aren’t many retailers around to sell slack lines. However “Slick Slack” by Project Rockface is one slack line that is easily available across India. It is 2-inches broad and 49 feet long. Slick slack is ergonomically designed, and comes in two pieces which makes it really easy to install. It can even handle 4 tons of weight, so you can perform different tricks without much worrying. One of the coolest features is the red motif on the blue line. Slick Slack also comes with tree protectors, which need to be installed on trees before tying your slackline around them.

There are no other native substitutes available. Priced at INR 4890 it is competitively priced even by international standards, and surely is a good buy. Get the Slick Slack here. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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