walking globe

walking globe

The circus art of walking on a globe is the act of balancing on top of a large sphere, sometimes  the sphere is taller than the artist itself. Various Stunts may be performed while the performer moves and controls the globe/ball with his feet and/or hands.

We offer 3 different models of walking globe from beginner to expert. See our selection below.


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Walking Globe 24''

Walking Globe 24''

Nice walking globes for Circus arts and juggling performances. Help improve your kids balance and s..

550.00 $ CAD

Walking Globe 30 ''

Walking Globe 30 ''

Nice walking globes for Circus arts and juggling performances. Help improve your kids balance and ..

750.00 $ CAD

Walking Globe 48 ''

Walking Globe 48 ''

Nice walking globes for Circus arts and juggling performances. Help improve your kids balance and ..

1,400.00 $ CAD

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Inigo Larrayoz - Spain 03/01/2010

Hello Hugo! I write you a few lines to tell you, that the wheel arrived two weeks ago and it ist in perfect condition. I´ve tested it twice und the answer was the highest. I hadn´t problems to assemble or disassemble it. I muss say, it is terribly difficult to start using it it but I suppose, I only have to spend time on it and have a lot of patience;) I want to thank you again for your attention and your treat...

Austin Waldron 14/01/2015

"Hugo's poles bring an amazing, unseen quality to the simple concept of pole. After using one just once, I knew I had to buy my own. It's grip and durability is unmatched by any pole I've used and it's easy to assemble, disassemble, and store! Anyone who needs a high quality Chinese pole, this is your best option by far. I'll be a supporter of Hugo and Circus Concepts for life!"..

Edward Jacobs 11/11/2014

5 months ago I purchased my first wheel from Circus Concepts. Both Hugo and his sister were patient and helpful throughout the process and as I had never been on a wheel before, were able to guide me to the right first purchase. I ended up getting a pro-wheel with the black rubber grip as it was unclear which surfaces I would be practicing on. This turned out to be a good decision, although after settling in to a training regimen in a regular facility, it is also clear that I am up for a re-covering with PVC and a color treatment of the wheel. I have now trained with Courtney Giannoni of Svind..