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pfanner chainsaw trousers... what size?

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about to order the pfanner ventilation trousers

 

im 36" waist and looking for advice on whether to go for large or medium,

 

ive currently got some old pfanner type c and theve always been a bit big so thought i would go for medium however on honey brothers they say medium is 35"

 

dont want them to be too tight, and have to pay to return them.

 

any experience or advice appreciated.

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about to order the pfanner ventilation trousers

 

im 36" waist and looking for advice on whether to go for large or medium,

 

ive currently got some old pfanner type c and theve always been a bit big so thought i would go for medium however on honey brothers they say medium is 35"

 

dont want them to be too tight, and have to pay to return them.

 

any experience or advice appreciated.

 

I'm a 36 and i have a some old strech airs type C in extra large. They were very big. Got some Gladiators class 2 A's and i went for a large based on the fact the last ones were massive. They're a little snug not uncomfortably snug but tighter than i'd prefer. Although i think some of that is the extra material to mak them class 2.

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I am 32" waist and find them spot on ! ? Maybe I am fatter than I imagine !

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Got the gladiator type a in a small i have a 32" waist and find them a good fit! Was in the same predictament when i ordered but the size guides seem to be spot on in my experience! Hope this helps

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