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  • NEW Chainsaw Trouser – Pfanner Ventilation Type C in BLACK

    Pfanner have been producing protective clothing since 1990 and since that time have established a reputation as a brand that creates high quality, stylish, comfortable clothing that can be trusted to perform.


    The Pfanner Ventilation design of chainsaw trousers are the most popular in the Pfanner range.  They are available in Type A or Type C versions with the largest colour choice in the Type A.  Now Pfanner have launched a BLACK version of the Type C trousers for the UK market in the same typical Pfanner style that appeals to so many.


    They are specially designed for extreme durability in challenging conditions and the fabrics used have gained an enviable reputation in the industry.


    The front of the trousers feature the trusted Gladiator® fabric and also incorporates a waterproof membrane, while the StretchAIR® fabric on the back gives industry leading stretch qualities.


    Pfanner Ventilation trousers are light in weight and have increased ventilation through mesh fabric on the waist area offering maximum ventilation.  Pre-shaped knee reinforcements give added protection to the areas that need it the most.


    Incorporating the world's best chainsaw cut protection from Engtex. Engtex is a world leading manufacturer and the original designer of chainsaw cut protection as we now know it.  With Pfanner you can be confident that you are wearing the safest trousers. 


    Featuring the Pfanner logo stitched on the calf of the right leg, to help distinguish from the Type A version.


    Ideal for use in Forestry and Arboriculture.


    Cut Protection: EN381-5 : Type C : Class 1 20m/s


    Sizes: Currently XS to XL with others to follow.


    RRP - £260 + VAT.


    Available to order now from one of our approved stockists in the UK.





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