Siglin Pulk

Siglin Pulks
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AU$690.00

RUGGED. DURABLE. ALASKAN

Siglin Pulks are used by skiers, skijorers, backpackers, mountaineers, hunters, and others needing a sled that is stable and durable as well as lightweight.

  • Integrated tracking
  • Tough, flexible 1/8 inch red or blue UV-resistant UHMW plastic
  • Comes with traces (hauling lines)

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POLYETHYLENE CONSTRUCTION

The Siglin Pulk is made from the same material we make our Flexi base plates from. Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE) is a remarkable material, it’s incredibly tough and takes a lot of abrasion from rocks, perfect for the coldest temps on Earth as well as rental applications and spring conditions.

Siglin Pulk Blue

FORMED BOW AND STERN

UHMWPE cant be rotomolded or heat formed so the Siglin Pulk bow and stern are ingeniously created by bolting together stacked leaves cut into the sheet.

Siglin Pulk Bow

IN-BUILT RUNNERS

The runners on the Siglin Pulk are cleverly folded into the sheet before shaping the bow and stern.

Siglin Pulk Runners

STRONG TRACES AND RIM LINE

Siglin Pulks are fitted with 8mm 16-strand hollow-braid Polyethylene hauling traces, and braided nylon rim lines.

Siglin Pulk Trace

Name: 4’ Siglin Pulk

Weight: 2.3kg / 5lb1oz, including all fittings

Shipping weight: 5kg / 11lb

Boxed shipping dimensions: 112 x 50 x 22cm / 44" x 9"

Sled Material: UHMWPE

Length: 107cm / 3'6"

Beam: 46cm / 18"

Average depth, without cover: 35cm / 14"

Traces (tow lines): 8mm / 0.3" 16-strand hollow-braid Polyethylene

Rim lines: 4mm / 0.16" braided nylon

Made in: USA

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PACKING OPTIONS

To make the sled load as narrow as possible for pulling, try loading it about six inches deep with heavy gear, then lacing the pulk tightly to pull the sides in.  A second layer can then be tied on top. The sides can be pulled  together at the front, or the center of the front can be pulled back to alter the angle at which the front of the sled meets the snow in deep snow conditions.