NYLOVE nylon dreaming…
NYLOVE is our result of intense research and lots development strategies to create a perfect Highline webbing: tubular core of nylon polyamid, shiny, bright and soft.
The solid central weaved core presents the heart of this line and reaches to a MBS of 30 kN.
Easy Highline handling
The NYLOVE webbing is made of 2 different type of yarn: A softer and thinner black yarn, and a white, way stronger one.
This weaving structure creates extremely soft edges that make catches on a highline a pleasure.
This tubular design has been tested to present its maximum amount of stretch at a low tension of around 2-4 kN.
Grip is all – Great abrasion resistance
The NYLOVE webbing is produced with a specific improved grip surface technique. This technique guarantees excellent grip for your feet, even in extreme saggy set-up situations. The reinforced weaving increases its resistance to abrasion under leashfalls. NYLOVE is quite flexible and soft so it can be easily wrapped up to take only very little room in your pack.
Get the best out of NYLOVE – rig it long!
NYLOVE will bring you most pleasure and joy on a long distance set-up. On over 50+ riggs, the tubular webbing bounce game starts to really kick in and furthermore serves its high breaking strength by offering a high safety factor for highlines of around 200m or more.
Can I use NYLOVE as Longline?
Yes, of course. With a pulley system and rather high tree anchors for it’s high stretch, this webbing is also usable in a park for your longline training.
An example measurement: A 100 m NYLOVE line rigged at 10 kN will have around 2 m of sag in the middle.
Made in Italy – About Quality and Safety
NYLOVE line has been designed, tested and produced exclusively in Italy. It has been developed in collaboration with expert athletes who we let choose its main, most important performance-based and technical characteristics, in order to offer you a perfect Highline. Every batch has been tested with appropriate machinery to check breaking strength and the fiber integrity after the production process.