Firetoys Aerial Silk (Aerial Fabric / Tissus) - Medium Stretch Aerial Silks

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Our very own high quality, professional (medium stretch) aerial silk (also known as an aerial fabric or tissus) made in the UK. Available in various lengths. Please note the size listed is the total length of the silk. As aerial silks are rigged from the centre the working length is a little under half the total length. Working load limit: 128kg.


 

BOUNCE AND STRETCH

The downwards stretch in these silks doesn't need to be broken in and pulls out over 4-6 months but is fine for immediate use. As these silks have a medium stretch they are more suited for some advanced moves where more bounce is preferred. Our silks are still ok for beginners but the extra stretch compared to Voltige silks makes them slightly harder to climb.

Choose a length of silk that is double the height of the area/rig you are using plus 2 metres. The most popular length is 16m and this is about the minimum needed to perform drops as it will give you roughly 7m of silk between the anchor and floor.

An aerial hook (sold separately) is required to hang this silk. Please use ONLY the aerial hook (cloche) or the figure 8 to connect to the silk directly. The WLL of these silks when connected with the figure 8 is 128kg.

Fabric is 100% polyester.

SLACK DROPS

All Aerial fabrics are prone to reaching high temperatures during long or high energy slack drops, this can result in small melted patches, and even holes. These holes are caused by the friction of the fabric rubbing against itself and the performer during high speed movement. Nylon and low stretch fabrics are more succeptible, so the stretchy polyester of the Firetoys Silks is slightly less prone to this phenomenon. However, you should always take care when practicing slack drops, and be aware of the high amount of friction you can generate during these drops.

If you regularly perform slack drops, you will need to inspect the full length of your fabric regularly, and the fabric will need replacing more often.