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Pantalon anti-coupures X-treme Light : extrêmement léger, respirant...

 

 

I've never got on well with saw pants in temperatures over 18c until I tried these.

Huge rear zips and light fabrics.

I have just had a local seamstress make good some tears so they will see another season.

  Stuart

 

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On 03/04/2021 at 13:43, Ty Korrigan said:

These:

 

M.KOX24.FR

Pantalon anti-coupures X-treme Light : extrêmement léger, respirant...

 

 

I've never got on well with saw pants in temperatures over 18c until I tried these.

Huge rear zips and light fabrics.

I have just had a local seamstress make good some tears so they will see another season.

  Stuart

 

Good quality Made trousers, have had 2 pairs of the standard extreme

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4 minutes ago, steve collins said:

Good quality Made trousers, have had 2 pairs of the standard extreme

I got the Extreme for Winter use, incredibly tough. Only hole is from an exhaust. PPS make a non-saw pant version of them for general work. 

 Stuart

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