Our NJ warehouse is back open so all orders will be sent same day as usual
We have a core crew working in isolated shifts to process orders from both of our warehouses
All phone lines and email channels are open as per usual
Can't find what you're looking for?Get in touch!
Unsure? Our returns policy is excellent!
Safety is extremely important in aerial acrobatics. All the equipment we make and stock has been fully strength tested and comes with a load rating so you know what applications each piece of apparatus or equipment is suitable for. However, the safety of the equipment is only part of the story. You also need to train safely as you can still fall from or get tangled in the safest of apparatus.
Below is our introductory guide to aerial safety. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of safety practices but it covers some of the most important points and should give you an idea of the sorts of things you'll need to bear in mind whether you are training at home, a studio or even in a class. The best way to learn more about safety in aerial circus is to regularly attend lessons by an experienced and qualified teacher and to conduct extensive research.
All aerial equipment should be rigged safely using certified equipment. Any rigging points that you use to attach to should be checked and certified by a competent rigger, or a structural engineer.
If you are a beginner and looking to get started in Aerial Acrobatics, we advise attending classes tought by trained professionals. You can find a class near you here .
Can I rig aerial apparatus from a tree?
How to identify and use the right Daisy Chain.
How to wash your aerial silk.
How to prevent equipment wear with sacrificial layers.
Installing aerial equipment at home
We promise not to spam you!