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EddyRay
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That is really a wide open question. It depends on many factors.
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Rice...Cordially,Howard
Matt Kap
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I too would like to know what kind of silks others use. I understand that Silk King and P&A are known to be the best, but what about other sources that give a good product? There has to be mid priced silks out there.

I use diamond cut for thumb tips, and the silks provided with the product (20th century and crystal silk cylinder). I am happy with the quality of both, but am looking into buying single silks for various non-gimmicked routines and effects.

Not being a full-time professional performer I don't find the need to buy the most expensive silks - but I do value good looking, well maintained, and clean props - so I would like crisp silks that reflect that.
-MATT KAP
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calexa
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I have mine from PenguinMagic. Very good price!

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