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Nov 18, 2012
Ordered a bag mid-week and it arrived Saturday. Josh was quick to respond to my custom request and the bag looks great.

Definitely a good guy to work with.

Jason
JWong
From Los Angeles, California
Joined Apr 24, 2008
9 points
Nov 18, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: crabs
Thanks Jason! Good to hear!

Free shipping for the rest of November!
Josh Kornish
From tufaclimbing.com
Joined Sep 16, 2009
648 points
Nov 19, 2012
I just wanted to wish you the best and give you a bump. Climbing is a tough bussiness to get into. Good luck (and ignore the nay sayers) funkyicemonkey
From Colorado
Joined Nov 21, 2011
4 points
Nov 19, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: crabs
Thanks Funky!

It's really just something that I enjoy doing that provides some gas money.

I was pretty hesitant about posting on here but it's been a warm reception which is quite relieving.

Thanks for the best wishes and enjoy the ice season!
Josh Kornish
From tufaclimbing.com
Joined Sep 16, 2009
648 points
Nov 21, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: crabs
Rock Climbing Photo: Bag going out to Minnesota.
Bag going out to Minnesota.



Rock Climbing Photo: Bag for a local
Bag for a local


Thanks for your support!

'Like' my Facebook page for more updates and product offers. More merch soon to come.

TUFA Climbing

Have a great Thanksgiving!
Josh Kornish
From tufaclimbing.com
Joined Sep 16, 2009
648 points
Nov 24, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: On Blanca after traversing from LB
Rock Climbing Photo: Colorado coloured custom bag.
Colorado coloured custom bag.


Got my custom bag today. Josh was super fast and professional. Plus it looks awesome!

Thanks!
Brian C.
From Longmont, CO
Joined Feb 9, 2010
1,107 points
Nov 24, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: crabs
Thanks for the post, Brian! Enjoy your bag!

Zipper stash pockets coming soon!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!


Rock Climbing Photo: Coffee burlap bag for Kevin in California!  Logo o...
Coffee burlap bag for Kevin in California! Logo on back. Thanks for the continued support!
Josh Kornish
From tufaclimbing.com
Joined Sep 16, 2009
648 points
Nov 25, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: crabs
Thanks for the education, John! The current logo was a pretty lame attempt at being 'hip'. ha!

I'll post up the re designed logos as they come. One thing for sure is that I will definitely make them much smaller.

Thanks for the feedback!
Josh Kornish
From tufaclimbing.com
Joined Sep 16, 2009
648 points
Dec 7, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: crabs
Rock Climbing Photo: Stash pocket with highly water resistant zipper
Stash pocket with highly water resistant zipper


TUFA Bags now come with the option of a stash pocket. Great for storing a headlamp, keys, lighter, or any other small items for a long day out.
Josh Kornish
From tufaclimbing.com
Joined Sep 16, 2009
648 points
Administrator
Dec 7, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: El Chorro
Not to start a fight, but another guy just got slammed for posting a link to his website in this same forum. Does it make a difference i the items for sale are home made or not?

Best of luck Josh, but I think this site could use a little consistaancy.
Ryan Williams
From London (sort of)
Joined May 10, 2009
1,468 points
Dec 7, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: tanuki
Ryan Williams wrote:
Not to start a fight, but another guy just got slammed for posting a link to his website in this same forum. Does it make a difference i the items for sale are home made or not? Best of luck Josh, but I think this site could use a little consistaancy.


Not trying to fight with you about this, but I am 100% cool with Josh (and whittlesticks at Colorado Crack Gear and the guy at Sierra Salve / Vertigo) posting up about their business. To me it makes a huge difference that they were all existing, contributing members of this site and active climbers. To put it another way, they are members of the community telling us about what they do and in all cases offering both good products and special discounts to MP users.

I am 100% against spam. If a user signs up and starts posting about their business on the same day, they gotta go. That being said, the community seems to do a pretty good job self policing and appropriately dealing with these types of spammers.

IMHO this is a good forum. There are a lot of things that could be done to make it great. Stopping users like Josh from posting about their business would not benefit this site in any way.

Sorry to derail Josh's thread. Hopefully this will not spiral off topic. If a moderator wants to start a new thread about this, please feel free to move my post.

Good luck, Josh. You are making some cool bags!
NC Rock Climber
From The Oven, AKA Phoenix
Joined Dec 6, 2009
71 points
Dec 7, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: crabs
Hey Ryan!

Thanks for the heads up!

Your posts have always been constructive and positive; I appreciate that.

I launched this project as a way to get through school being able to climb as much as possible while being able to avoid a real job.

If you don't support me in my venture I respect that, all I ask is that you also have respect (not directed towards Ryan).

I have been part of MP for over three years and I don't feel like I've broken any MP rules. If I have I apologize.

Thanks for all the positive vibes I've received on here.

I appreciate it,
Josh
Josh Kornish
From tufaclimbing.com
Joined Sep 16, 2009
648 points
Dec 7, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: crabs
NC Rock Climber wrote:
Not trying to fight with you about this, but I am 100% cool with Josh (and whittlesticks at Colorado Crack Gear and the guy at Sierra Salve / Vertigo) posting up about their business. To me it makes a huge difference that they were all existing, contributing members of this site and active climbers. To put it another way, they are members of the community telling us about what they do and in all cases offering both good products and special discounts to MP users. I am 100% against spam. If a user signs up and starts posting about their business on the same day, they gotta go. That being said, the community seems to do a pretty good job self policing and appropriately dealing with these types of spammers. IMHO this is a good forum. There are a lot of things that could be done to make it great. Stopping users like Jason from posting about their business would not benefit this site in any way. Sorry to derail Jason's thread. Hopefully this will not spiral off topic. If a moderator wants to start a new thread about this, please feel free to move my post. Good luck, Jason. You are making some cool bags!



Hey thanks a ton! I really appreciate it! :)
Josh Kornish
From tufaclimbing.com
Joined Sep 16, 2009
648 points
Dec 7, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: In my hammock camping in Washington in the Okinawa...
Cool stuff! Thanks for sharing. Don't need another chalk bag, but props to you!

Jonathan
J.Roatch
From Leavenworth, WA
Joined Oct 27, 2010
40 points
Administrator
Dec 7, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: El Chorro
NC Rock Climber wrote:
Not trying to fight with you about this, but I am 100% cool with Josh (and whittlesticks at Colorado Crack Gear and the guy at Sierra Salve / Vertigo) posting up about their business. To me it makes a huge difference that they were all existing, contributing members of this site and active climbers. To put it another way, they are members of the community telling us about what they do and in all cases offering both good products and special discounts to MP users. I am 100% against spam. If a user signs up and starts posting about their business on the same day, they gotta go. That being said, the community seems to do a pretty good job self policing and appropriately dealing with these types of spammers. IMHO this is a good forum. There are a lot of things that could be done to make it great. Stopping users like Josh from posting about their business would not benefit this site in any way. Sorry to derail Josh's thread. Hopefully this will not spiral off topic. If a moderator wants to start a new thread about this, please feel free to move my post. Good luck, Josh. You are making some cool bags!


Well said, thanks.

I guess I overlooked the fact that we do have a few members here who are very active and they also happen to be trying to support themselves. And you are right, the forum does do a pretty good job of policing the spam. This is not spam - I recognize that. I guess we do have some consistency after all.

Josh, props to you for finding a way to make some money without selling your soul. I never meant to put you down for that. If I hadn't already bought a bag from another one of our members, I'd probably get one from you! I love spending money on anything that is made in small batches!

But let's be honest here, we all know that my posts aren't ALWAYS constructive and positive ;-)
Ryan Williams
From London (sort of)
Joined May 10, 2009
1,468 points


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