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Kids exercise and train like a Ninja with our patented 36-foot Slackers Ninjaline Intro Kit and the included 6 hanging obstacles. The 36-foot Ninjaline includes 14 double-sewn durable pockets to customize the arrangement of obstacles, and add on more like a Rickety Bridge, Ninja Twister, Cargo Net or Climbing Rope. Also included is a traverse ring to use for larger gaps between hanging obstacles, and 2 Grip Clips which allow you to add two more obstacles on to the line and arrange wherever the kids desire!
Because of the never-ending variety of obstacle arrangement, the Slackers Ninjaline is one of the best outdoor activities for kids that keep them busy and active while taking in the fresh air! As kids’ strength and capabilities increase on the Ninjaline, so does their confidence!
Slackers exclusive ratchet system allows for quick and easy installation meaning you can easily take your training with you to the park, to a friend’s house, camping or wherever you want to train. The kit includes a lightweight drawstring backpack to easily store it or take with you.
Slackers Ninjaline uses 36’ x 2” 6,000-pound professional slackline webbing so the line can also be used as a slackline to help build balance, core/lower body strength and agility. Slackers exclusive ratchet system has reinforced steel and the handle has a comfortable rubberized grip.
The Intro Kit obstacles included in this 36-foot set are: 2 durable Ninja Fists, 2 steel Monkey Bars, 2 easy to grip Gym Rings, 1 Traverse Ring and 2 Grip Clips. All obstacles include 6,000-pound steel hanging delta safety carabiners and use UV-resistant nylon rope with safety buckle attachment.
Look for the Ninjaline® logo for guaranteed quality and product that meets the highest of safety standards.
*Slackers Ninjalines can be installed between any two sturdy anchor points. While the Slackers Ninjaline was originally designed to be hung from two healthy trees, the lines have been tested and approved to be used between two wooden posts cemented into the ground. It is always recommended to consult an engineer or contractor for specifications on installation and how to determine the suitable load strength of the posts.