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Pfanner Boa chainsaw boots now in stock

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The new Pfanner Boa chainsaw boots are now in stock ready for next day delivery.

The first chainsaw boot in the world to feature the patented BOA® Fit System. This very special lacing system uniformly distributes the pressure of the laces to ensure a comfortable fit. Very easy to use; simply press down and twist the dial to tighten and pull up the dial to release.

 

All sizes in stock. £235.00 and come with a free boot care kit if you put the promo code BOOTCARE in the note on the order.

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Introducing a revolutionary chainsaw boot design - the Pfanner BOA® Chainsaw Boot. The first chainsaw boot in the world...

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I new they would be good and just got in quick and got a few pallets worth, and after seeing them today and showing to customers today. I'm already putting in a follow up order. These will be a game changer.

It wont be long before the kids are saying "what are these string things for on shoes" Like they do now with CDs & DVDs

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You would be surprised at how often lads wonder around with their laces undone..

 

The twist system is great on cycling shoes easy to tighten or loosen without having to stop.

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1 hour ago, benedmonds said:

Pretty sure the Boa system was been developed for lycra clad cyclists.. (Sorry cross thread discussion..)

The system was around a while before the Lycra crew got involved.

 

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Click. Twist. Tighten. The simple concept of a better way to lace athletic gear launched the brand...

 

I used them in snowboard boots years ago.

 

It is a great system until something goes ‘Ping’.

 

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