The responsive, bouncy ropes and nets of the Dragite are attractive to children. The varied climbing and meeting options draw them back again and again. The transparency of the nets allows for communication across and through the structure. The symmetry of the net cubes supports climbing for younger or less confident climbers, and variation for all. The side ropes function as meeting and retreat spots in the climbing landscape and make it possible to hang from your arms, training upper body muscles. This is important to children today, as they lead increasingly sedentary lifestyles. Climbing requires concentration since the ropes are interconnected and reflect the movements of all climbers throughout the net. This trains the muscles, cross-body coordination and spatial awareness, important for security in motion.