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The mythical female chainsaw boots....

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18 hours ago, Leanne said:

So I have been lucky enough to get some work experience with a Tree surgeon company.  Only downside is due to having small feet and being a short arse I do need to get my own boots and trousers

 

Do size 5 chainsaw boots actually exist, without costing the earth? (i'm very broke and also trying to safe to do my chain saw course too)

Thankfully screwfix do do short legged chainsaw trousers woot!

 

Any advice?

We carry Airstream in a size 5, nothing in the rest of our stocks though.

 

Apart from Haix, Arbortec do 5 in some of their Scafell range (colour dependent by looks of it).  They also produce the "lightening boot" which is about 160 but they don't appear to have 5's in stock.

 

Can't think of any "cheap" ones though sadly!

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How did you get on?

 

There are plenty of chainsaw boots available in size 5, not everyone stocks that size but they are out there and easy to order in.

 

 

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