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  • STIHL LAUNCHES NEW 2020 CLOTHING AND MERCHANDISE LINE

    STIHL has launched its latest line of clothing and merchandise, highlighting the brand’s passion for the great outdoors and love of nature.

     

    The new 2020 range includes comfortable and stylish casual wear, including t-shirts, hoodies, caps, beanies, sweatshirts, shorts and sports bags to name but a few.

     

    For fans of the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® extreme sport series, newly designed AXE t-shirts and hoodies are available, as well as new ‘kiss my axe’ zip-up jackets and boxer shorts. The new range also includes tec shorts and shirts, offering breathable and functional gear when playing sports.

     

    In addition, STIHL has introduced new clothing specifically designed for young children who love to explore the outdoors. The ‘wild kids’ range includes beanies, caps, backpacks, as well as lumberjack gym bags and packable rain jackets.

     

    For more information on STIHL’s latest clothing and merchandise range, please visit www.stihl.co.uk.

     

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    Is it just me but a lot of manufacturers seem to promote themselves with homo erotic type pictures? I'm not homosexual myself [chance would be a fine thing it seems a hell of a lot simpler] but I'd like to hear other opinions? The pics above seem to be.. well..  let's keep it simple.. homo erotic. [my opinion only] so I'm not sure why Stihl would use pics when most of the men in this industry will not be homo sexual? Is this a case of emperors new clothes ie. no one wants to state the obvious or is this down to my repressed desires that have been held in check all these 47 years....

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    You’re the only one who really seemed to view the pics in that way so I reckon it’s likely down to your repressed desires. It’s never too late mate, just ask Philip schofield 

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    Haha! Where's Mark Bolam when you need him - he would have a field day on this.. prob on Facebook, or Instagram, or Tick Tock [I don't even know what Tick Tock is!]

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    14 hours ago, Rob D said:

    Haha! Where's Mark Bolam when you need him - he would have a field day on this.. prob on Facebook, or Instagram, or Tick Tock [I don't even know what Tick Tock is!]

    I don't think he is allowed near.......  😊  dunno how these marketing types work, cos labels mean nothing to me. I will buy yr saw or tractor - but past a T shirt,  that's as far as will go. (  I think you meant to say Grindr there but won't judge )  K

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    20 hours ago, Rob D said:

    Is it just me but a lot of manufacturers seem to promote themselves with homo erotic type pictures? I'm not homosexual myself [chance would be a fine thing it seems a hell of a lot simpler] but I'd like to hear other opinions? The pics above seem to be.. well..  let's keep it simple.. homo erotic. [my opinion only] so I'm not sure why Stihl would use pics when most of the men in this industry will not be homo sexual? Is this a case of emperors new clothes ie. no one wants to state the obvious or is this down to my repressed desires that have been held in check all these 47 years....

    He is Scottish , just spotted an old halfpenny on the deck ...

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