Slack Snap! - Break testing sewn loops on slackline webbing in slow motion


Here are 32 break tests to compare how sewn loops hold up on webbing. We compare the strength of the loops that I had done by a local source at the jump center near where I live with the strength of webbing in weblocks. We film each break in slow motion and organized a chart that can be found at hownot2.

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

Let me know what you want to see tested or if you want to send me some gear to test.

Type 18 webbing can be found at

http://www.balancecommunity.com/type-...or

https://www.balancingearthslacklines....

Moonwalk webbing can be found at

https://laboutique.slack.fr/en/flat-w...

Spidersilk webbing info can be found at

http://www.balancecommunity.com/spide...

Tubular webbing can be found at

http://www.balancecommunity.com/1-sla...

Bad example of leash on highline photo credit to Ali Reza (he was joking btw)


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