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Arbortec Breatheflex chainsaw trousers Type C size guide.

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Ok so iv heard and read a bit about these trousers on here but there seemed to be a bit of a size difference between these and the Hi-Flex sizing.

Basically im needing a new pair of type c`s and i like the fit of hiflex but iv had a few pairs and as im sure you all know, they just dont last.

I wear size Large in hi-flex and they fit great, i dont like the baggy trousers as they just feel too bulky. So how do the Arbortecs compare to Hi-Flex ?

 

Cheers

 

Paul

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I reckon you would need a medium as they are baggy. I had them in XL but found them huge, I tried large but they were a bit small. I love my hi flex and now wear a large in them.

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I reckon you would need a medium as they are baggy. I had them in XL but found them huge, I tried large but they were a bit small. I love my hi flex and now wear a large in them.

 

 

So basically a Large Hi-Flex would be a Medium in the Arbortecs more or less?

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