Pathfinder Pathfinder Nessmuk Trail Tarp by Duluth Pack Co By Pacsunx / January 18, 2013 www.thepathfinderschoolllc.com You may also like Pathfinder – Chronokinesis By feendaarers / June 9, 2013 Pathfinder Reservoir, spillway pictures By zzpers / June 5, 2013 Pathfinder Basics Estimating Distance and Pace Count Lecture By Emasmasia / May 28, 2013 Pathfinder Falls By zeus13 / May 22, 2013 Pathfinder Plus By nojoker / May 21, 2013 Post navigation Jim Hedger and Dave Davies – The AlternativeChris K. Haley – Nested Universe 19 thoughts on “Pathfinder Nessmuk Trail Tarp by Duluth Pack Co” I know i can trust anything puts his name on. I have purchased several pathfinder logo gear and have zero complaints. Dave thanks so much for all the videos, info & gear reviews Log in to Reply There is (was?) a company called Panther Primitives that make all manner of tents. You can get the Whelan, Baker, Pyramid, etc. Even a viking style or a Roam legionnaires bivouac! They also do custom work and have multiple fabric options like Sunforger etc. Log in to Reply I feel sorry for you, bro. You seemed to have picked up some very picky and critical followers. For me, I thank you for everything I’ve learned with your generous free productions. You’re a man among men, sir. Thank you. Log in to Reply Dave I think thats a good buisiness model with so much cheap crap being made in CHIna. You have that choice or make it yourself. SO than the question is If I make it myself or pay $50-$100 for your company to make it. How much is my time worth If I make it myself. If I made it for you or some other company I would say the cost of living that the illegal aliens make for these big companys just to eliminate US jobs. I Saw the issues with You and cody as having different skill sets! Log in to Reply One of the best what i’ve ever seen. Plus one idea from my experience. The head and foot side. There should be taller wall from Sprigs and stones with leaves. Log in to Reply Tentsmiths in NH makes them Log in to Reply You should sell the log patch thats on there dave 😛 Log in to Reply Awesome, love the tarp and the sounds of primitive fire making in the background! Log in to Reply thank you. 🙂 Log in to Reply I herd Chuck Norris Log in to Reply douche bag Log in to Reply Ever seen or used a Whelan Tent? Basically a lean to type of shelter with sides that splay outward, leaving only one side open to draft or weather. I don’t know if anyone still makes those but it would seem a worthwhile purchase if one is to be had made of modern material, Log in to Reply does anyone else here the hand drill in the back?? Log in to Reply Dave, The tarp looks like it is built real well. I like the gromlets every 8″. What is the pack weight for the tarp? Log in to Reply but if it rains the water is gonna come off the tarp into the fire Log in to Reply Dave–I LOVE that basic set-up for a WINTER camp. Head should be toward the West (prevailing winds) and shielded by some small wood if possible, open front toward the South or SE for early sun. Feet slightly downhill. Close-in fire, NICE! One suggestion: I had this problem a couple of times. If it snows heavy or warms up enough to have hail or rain, keep a stick handy to put in that front center grommet to lift it, because a dip there can channel rain water or a snow-drop right into your fire. Log in to Reply Hey Dave, by any chance would you know the Weight of this tarp? On there site it does not have it on there… Just curious about how heavy it us… The tarp i just got myself from Tractor Supply Co. Is a perfect tarp… it just weighs about ten tons… and is WAY to heavy for me to carry around… So its going to be the tarp for my car, for emergencies. Thanks for the videos! take care, A.J. Log in to Reply Nice camp set up! Log in to Reply Hey Dave, A suggestion for the tarp. Have the Pathfinder patch stitched into the center of the tarp with a loop through it to tie off to. That way the patch has more than one use. Ian Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.