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Zipline Kits

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  • Materials: Galvanized steel cable, rubber grips
  • Weather- and impact-resistant parts
  • Available with or without a seat
  • Easy to set up between two trees and simple take down. Includes instructions
  • Only tools required are pliers and wrench
  • For ages 7+
  • 250 lbs. max weight for cable and trolley
  • 200 lbs. max weight for seat and rope
  • Made in China
  • Slackline Kits with Seat: 
  • Hardware bracket allows for adjustable height of rope and seat length to accommodate different riders' heights
  • Handle Dimensions: 9" x 12"
  • Weight: 70 ft: 13 lbs.; 90 ft: 14 lbs.
  • Slackline Kit without Seat:
  • Handle Dimensions: 9" x 12"
  • Weight: 70 ft: 11 lbs.; 90 ft: 12 lbs.
  • Note on set up:
  • Requires sturdy anchor points—a healthy tree 36" around or a pole or post that can handle at least 1,200 lbs.

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Zipline Kits

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Zipline kits to help you start learning and having fun in your own backyard. Designed for beginners, the kit is easy to assemble, comes with everything you need and can be set up in 30 minutes.

Ed O'Brien

Getting kids to put down their electronics and play outside is a no-brainer when your backyard setup includes a slackline or zipline.

Ed O'Brien, founder of Brand 44, tried ziplining in Costa Rica and was inspired to create the Slackers line of slacklines and ziplines. They’re made for backyard installations and designed for kids (and adults) who are just beginning to learn the ropes.

Slacklining is a fun activity that improves core strength and balance, but it takes practice. To ease the learning curve, Ed designed an overhead training line that kids can grab if they need help balancing. Once they learn the basics, kids can try more advanced tricks. To make his ziplines more accommodating for beginners, Ed added a seat so kids can zip between the trees with a little extra support.

Brand 44 is dedicated to making outdoor activities more accessible to everyone, and the Colorado company’s slacklines and ziplines are a fun way to outfit your backyard for adventure without getting too extreme. But be warned: Getting kids off the lines might be tough once they discover how much fun they are.