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Solidur Infinty type As for me. Cheap, very cool, and have lasted well for me so far doing predominantly thinnings for the lats year. Sorbus International were doing  10 or 20% off Pfanner is you wanted some, was part of the Virtual Arb Show weekend but might have extended it. I found them to be tough, but as others have said very warm. These Solidur ones I use have flipping massive vents, so nice and cool mainly. I got them from Treekit I think. 

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Ps. I have ordered some Englbert Strauss ones too, they are due to arrive soon. Will report back once I take delivery of them! 

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I'm using a pair of Francitasl at the moment with thorn-proof panels on the front. They're excellent but not sure they still make these particular ones. so if not, I'd probably go Husky technical next time. I'd prefer bib and brace as well. 

 

For me as a hedgelayer thorn-proofing is essential or I'd trash them on the first day.

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I think Stihl sub their strides manufacturing  out to Cushelle . 

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