Troy Sessions’ lack of credibility and knowledge in both of these industries leaves him with no choice but to duplicate the intellectual properties of someone who has successfully researched and developed Alaskana utilitarian tools of the trade from scratch. In no way should you or your friends consider these rafts or game bags equal alternatives to our products. I can only speak of Troy’s lack of intellectual prowess and creativity, but I’m happy to share my R&D videos on the items he so unscrupulously copied.
Review the PR49HD, which is what Sessions is calling his Tracker Series.
Knock-off version called Tracker Series: https://www.60inchclub.com/store/p_1400588/tracker-series-
This design is specific to getting the job done without extraneous raft weights. I designed a tube structure around my body and gear, plus 600-lbs of moose meat volume, then produced the lightest possible watercraft to float out of remote Alaska. The specific design features were unique to my utilitarian field function. Troy rented my rafts to help his clients succeed in remote waterways, but my adventure dog, Chachi has logged more rivers hours than this poser. It took me three years to dial in the material choices, design features, and paddling function and floor design of this model, but it took the 60-inch Club owner, Troy Session, much less than that to make a copy of our products.
The 60-inch Club’s Explorer Series is also an unauthorized copy of Larry Bartlett’s “Kork.” Troy rented both the Kork and PR49HD for a couple of years prior to reproducing Larry’s designs. He agreed that the Kork was a great lightweight compromise to adding more boat to the function of the PR49, which is why this model performs so well. Good luck with your knock offs, Troy Sessions. But for any of you that want to see the original design being put to the test during R&D, the Kork videos are here:
Knock-off Explorer Series: https://www.60inchclub.com/store/p_1400574/explorer-series-
And lastly, the 60-inch Club has also made unauthorized copies of Larry Bartlett’s TAG Bags. This is a synthetic game bag that I’ve spent years studying and developing to best match Alaska conditions to our increasing need to minimize weight and bulk with expedition gear. After 13 years of our research and development, Troy Sessions has added these knock offs to his already booming list of copied products. For the real deal, tried and proven, explore our TAG Bags:
Knock off brand by 60-inch Club: https://www.facebook.com/60inchclub/photos/a.1862563703955199/2688644254680469/?type=3&theater