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I’ve been using these Stihl trousers for a while now (got three pairs off company) but I’d like something lighter if that’s possible ? I’m not big on kit knowledge so if any of you gents can give a heads up I’d appreciate it.

 

cheers Gaz

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7 hours ago, Craig Johnson said:

sip canopy air

 

Cheers I’ll check them out tonight. 

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On 11/03/2019 at 11:36, Craig Johnson said:

sip canopy air

 

How do you find them wear wise I’ve had pair of SIP Sherpas and they have just fallen to bits over past 6 months. 

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Sip canopy air, mine have been great, light , comfortable and pretty durable so far, I’ve been wearing mine for about 5 months now. The only nit pick about sip trousers over the years is the stitching always used to fall apart but have been much better last few years. This is just my personal experience.

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Got em. 

 

If if they last is another matter.

 

Plus I like a bit of orange. I own a KTM (wait for the grief now !)

 

Gaz

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Pfanner arborist are the lightest I’ve tried , did have some stihl x fits but even the A’s I though where a bit warm in summer in comparison to the phanner arborist.

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What are your thoughts so far on them over the stihls gaz

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