Yeah, my bad. I should have copied the link to a variety of pull saws (with sets on both sides). Try again:
By and large these are all lightweight, thin pull saws. Haven't examined them for green wood or cutting speed, which would require large-ish teeth. I own several of the Veritas Japanese-style pull saws for woodworking and they are exceedingly light (except for the handle!), with an exceedingly thin kerf. Now that you've explained your goal of a durable EOTW saw, I would not recommend them. They are more in the vein of the ultralight enthusiast looking for the lightest possible. If you accidentally push with them, they bend, so they are simply not sturdy saws.
Still, depending on how far down the rabbit hole you go with your saw experiments, you might want to examine several of these more fragile, but very lightweight, saws. I'll be interested to read what you think of the pull saw you just ordered.
EDIT: Looked through the selection for large tooth.
This one 6-9 TPI:
This one 7-10 TPI:
This one says, specifically, for green or dry wood. No TPI, but they look big:
This one also dry and green: