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Opinions on some of the best brands of chainsaw trousers for comfort and durability

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For a project I am doing for college I am researching the opinions of other arborists on which brands of chainsaw trousers they think are the most comfortable and durable to wear out in the industry and if also which is the best for price as in comparison to the two other points e.g. comfort and durability. 

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Pfanner . Best compromise between comfort durability . Not cheap  but worth it to me .

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SIP Innovation had a pair for 6  years and still going strong and they get a hard life ok in hot weather as they have vents behind knee. not a bad price 

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Pfanner. Breathability, flex, durability and overall comfort. You pay for them but you'll have them far longer than budget brands. I'm on my first pair having changed from stihl. No comparison.

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Pfanner . Best compromise between comfort durability . Not cheap  but worth it to me .


Totally agree. There more expensive but last twice as long so in the long run are cheaper.
#get what you pay for

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