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Stihl X-Fit Trousers Design C Class 1 (xxl)

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Stihl X-Fit Trousers Design C Class 1 (xxl) "You know when you've been Tangoed!"

 

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Oh well my weight lifting days are 100% dead as I only just managed to get my legs in these lol and anything bigger is custom made to order job, taking up to six to eight weeks. I have loads of room a round the waist so I'll need a belt/braces or I'm going to look a bit odd. ;)

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For what they cost I hope they last better than the hi flex. IMO stretch air are the best made pants around.:)

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:blushing: They're the only half decent pair on the market that will fit me unless they're custom made which takes six to eight weeks and cost silly money. I would of loved a pair of Stretch Airs but a lot of these companies unfortunately don't cater for the larger gentleman. I don't have anything to compare these trousers to as they're my first ever pair, but they feel really snug in all the right places. :thumbup1:

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:blushing: They're the only half decent pair on the market that will fit me unless they're custom made which takes six to eight weeks and cost silly money. I would of loved a pair of Stretch Airs but a lot of these companies unfortunately don't cater for the larger gentleman. I don't have anything to compare these trousers to as they're my first ever pair, but they feel really snug in all the right places. :thumbup1:

 

Have you tried stretch air? I'm a 40 waist and the xl stretch air fit me. Keep us posted how well the Stihl pants stand up to the rigours of tree work mate:)

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I'm about a 44 inch waist those Stretch Airs weren't going round my pins lol. I don't start college until September but I will update this thread when I give them a good beasting.

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Well I've done a fair bit of climbing in these now and I am pleased to say they're brilliant! The 3XDRY material really works. When its cold my legs are kept warm and if they start to get clammy and sweaty the trousers soon sort that out leaving your legs cool and dry! :thumbup1:

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