Sewn Loop Patterns on webbing - what is the strongest pattern to sew loops on your slacklines?


Over 50 samples in the last 8 months on SlackSnap we have explored different sewing patterns on slackline webbing so we get the highest strength out of something that isn't redundant when we highline. If you put in a thick enough thread in often enough, it will hold but watch what we learn in this episode. The chart can be found at

https://www.hownot2.com/hnth/slacksnap


Thank you to J.P Sutjak, Joel Loxenbagelman, James Hogarth, and SailRite https://www.youtube.com/user/Sailrite1 for helping us learn about sewing patterns.


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