grumpy wrote: It’s a favorite of folks who like tough, versatile sleds. There’s a whole subculture out there of “pulk” builders who use the Paris sled.
What is a pulk builder?
Here’s a site with good info on building pulks:
For deer hauling, I remove my rigid poles and use a rope that is looped across my chest. It’s easier to deal with possible snags in the woods that way. I pull by the deer’s neck, with the rope also tied into the sled cross ropes. That way the deer stays firmly in the sled.