If you want to place an order, please contact me via email to email@example.com
If you have lots of questions after reading my website, a phone call is fine. 706 276 2351 However, I don't take orders over the phone. To buy a Packa, you will need to send me an email.
I prefer to do business personally to make sure that you not only get the Packa that fits you properly, but also to provide you the confidence of dealing directly with the proprietor. I want to make sure you're satisfied with your Packa and that it provides you with many miles of enjoyment along the trail. I am a one person company. I am the inventor, owner and only employee for 22 years. Word.
Please be sure to read the warranty page for important information.
US shipping is $12.00 and international shipping is $45.00 for one Packa. US shipping for two Packas is $15.00. More than two US and one international shipping will increase the cost.
30d Packas $118.00 + $12.00 shipped to US =$130
SALE! ALL 30D MEDIUMX AND LARGEX PACKAS $60 OFF!! $58 + shipping.
15d Packas $128.00 + $12.00 shipped to US = $140
SALE!! OLD Silnylon 15d LARGE, MEDIUMX AND LARGEX PACKAS $30 OFF!! SEE BELOW!!
40d Packas $148.00 + $12.00 shipped to US = $160
See Pictures of Colors and Weights on the Fabric Options Page
Current Inventory 1/30/2023
TRADES: I am a hiker, and as such, always looking to upgrade my gear. I welcome trade offers. Looking for tents, tarps, and a new Exos. I want high end gear.
SALE!! 15d silicone coated nylon (silnylon) with a waterproofness rating of 2000 HH. It comes in gray only. This a discontinued fabric for now, but will be back in the future. Only mediumx, large, and largex are available.
mediumx 15d: 10 oz large 15d: 10 oz largex 15d: 10.50z Price: $98.00 + shipping.
The 15d silnylon fabric does not have sealed seams. The 15d silnylon Packas are manufactured with a poly cotton thread which swells when wet to close the needle holes and minimize leaking. I tested the 15d sample extensively and was satisfied with how the seams performed. I did get some leakage through seams in a storm, but it was very minimal. Your mileage may vary. Silnylon tent manufacturers recommend a manual seam sealing with a silicone based sealant and you can certainly do this to a Packa too. It is a tedious process that usually takes me a few days to complete. Unlike a tent with long straight seams, the Packa has many curved seams. If you try to do too much at once, the Packa will flop around and you will end up with a big mess. To manually seam seal a Packa, you lay out a stretch of seam typically about 12 to 18 inches long, apply a thin line of sealant to the needle holes, and lightly push it into the holes with your finger. Let this dry for for at least 2 or 3 hours before moving to the next segment of seam. Back when I used to manually seam seal quite a bit I would do a segment in the morning, a segment when I got home from work, and a segment right before I went to bed. That's why it can take a couple days to do it properly without making a big mess.
320 S. Riverview Ln.
Ellijay, GA 30536
706 276 2351