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caverpilot

Ski Pulk (Pull Sled) - Paris EraPro Expedition WTB

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1. Does anyone know where I can buy a EraPro Paris Expedition Sled? (60" model 960) Sadly, REI and True Value no longer carry them, and I'm remiss to find one in the PAC NW. They are in stock all over the east coast, cost about $30-$40, but everyone wants $50+ for shipping! The sled is ideal for ski pulking (pull sleds). I'll buy a used one in good shape, Salem to Seattle. EraPro website has them but requires a $500 minimum order, and I don't need 16 sleds!! I'm building mine for a caving expediton in the Scapegoat Wilderness (MT) this winter, and may haul a keg up to Camp Muir for 'the fun of it.'

 

2. Next, are you interested in buying one of these, locally, for around $40?? If I can get 10 or more committed buyers, I'd be willing to fork over the advance to bring 'em to Portland and Seattle! Please post/PM me if you'd be interested. Maybe I'll start a local ski pulk shop, ha ha ha!

 

Finally, see skipulk.com for information on how to build your own sled, cheap!!

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