Nick South Carolina
I bought my first slackline almost a year ago. I wanted to upgrade to a more quality trickline when my old line started to fall apart. I found PTEN about a month ago and picked up a Twin Ratchet kit. Honestly your slacklines have been sick, it feels like the webbing is getting stronger and bouncier every time I set up.
James New Jersey
Ok, after the first time I tried slackline I was completely hooked. I’ve had a Travel Pro Line for four or five months now. I set the line up after school, or sometimes when I have people over, it’s like a trampoline that takes more skill.”
Ryan 22, California
I’ve been traveling around competing in slackline competitions for a year and a half now. I don’t know why but a lot of the competitions aren’t using PTEN lines yet. The competitions definitely suffer. I use the Pten line for training and learning bigger aerial tricks!
Kelly Oregon, 19
During my second semester freshman year, I happened to try slackline by chance after leaving an exam. I came to find out that the kids who had set up the slackline were part of our University’s slackline club. They were incredibly knowledgeable and eager to teach me the different secrets to staying balanced on the line. I really enjoy the challenge that slackline presents, there’s always something new to learn.
Mark 24, Indiana
I’ve been slacklining since college, so about 3 years now-ish? I do some tricks but for me it’s great exercise and an excuse to procrastinate or get outside. I have a Pro Line that I take with me all over, hiking, camping trips, I set it up over a back yard pool once, and sometimes I leave it set up in the yard to kinda just use whenever and it’s still going strong, shows very little ware