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I emailed them and they said thwy should come out about March time, and price for a type c with a midrange outer layer would be about the same as the breathfkex trousers, so about £160? Dont know why they couldnt just say a price

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Yeah they unveiled/announced them at apf but Arbortec guy I spoke to didn’t know when they b on sale. I think they a great idea particularly if you do railway work and private. I was told similar price to the breathflex, the inners (cs protection) bein about £100 and outers (which have mesh lining and can b worn as normal work trousers) bein about £60
He also said they wouldn’t go baggy after a few washes which is why I went back t husky technicals

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As they are now out I was wondering if anyone had any feedback on them. 

 

Like the idea of having an outer layer for when it rains. 

 

Any reviews would be greatly appreciated. 

 

Thanks 

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For ARB I really can't see the point, atleast in the different designs for different jobs, who cares wot u look like as long as protected. Not a fashion show

Even the waterproof 'skns u might as well jut chuck some waterproofs over ur normal cutting gear.

 

Must admit I can see the point for wear, esp in commercial forestry  mine were condemed by a forester the other month as outers ripped to shreds ( not by saw, but I have had a lot off use out them) another called me Frankenstein cos of all the untidy stitch work holding them together.

Finally broke out my new pair today

 

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For ARB I really can't see the point, atleast in the different designs for different jobs, who cares wot u look like as long as protected. Not a fashion show
Even the waterproof 'skns u might as well jut chuck some waterproofs over ur normal cutting gear.
 
Must admit I can see the point for wear, esp in commercial forestry  mine were condemed by a forester the other month as outers ripped to shreds ( not by saw, but I have had a lot off use out them) another called me Frankenstein cos of all the untidy stitch work holding them together.
Finally broke out my new pair today
 
The its cool to look scruffy brigade

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