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Found 7 results

  1. For a project I am doing for college I am researching the opinions of other arborists on which brands of chainsaw trousers they think are the most comfortable and durable to wear out in the industry and if also which is the best for price as in comparison to the two other points e.g. comfort and durability.
  2. Morning all! Hope your weekend has started well! We want to bring everyones attention to the massive PPE sale we now have on, including brands like Arbortec, Haix, Petzl, Stein, Gil and Prabos! We've added some massive extra discounts for this weeked as we were feeling generous after a successful Arb Show last week! Head to the link below to check it all out including an offer(a crazy one!) when buying Arbortec Breatheflex Type C Trousers and Scafell Lite boots together! There has never been a better time or place to get some fresh new kit for the summer sun! Sale Arbortec Breatheflex Trousers and Scafell Lite Boots Don't say we don't do anything for you
  3. After getting a new pair of type c chainsaw pants, as my first pair are on their last legs, pardon the pun i had some oregon waipoua, after something maybe a bit lighter, longer lasting etc obviously i realize that may not be possible just after peoples recommendations/ reviews really cheers! rob
  4. 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.
  5. Hi all, I am in need of the varried experience of the fellow arbtalkers. My situation is quite simple, I am currently wearing my 5th or 6th pair of hiflex type c's but as all of you know they are not the most hard wearing of trouser. As far as work goes I mainly climb whether it be trees or hedges. A bit of felling, and my fair Share of dragging brash. So do I buy a pair of Pfanner standard stretch air type c or; pfanner stretch air gladiator vents or; Buy a pair of type c Oregon Waipahu type c AND a pair of cheaply Oregon Yukon type a's. the only other trousers I have tried are huskys (didn't like and less hard wearing than the hi flex) and hiflex which I like but fancy a change and hopefully get something to last longer Thanks for the replies in advance
  6. Iv been using the Stihl Hi-Flex for a fair few years now. Yes they are comfy and light but im sick to death of stitching them up. I need to buy some more trousers soon and would love ppl's views on the most robust trousers out there for climbers. A friend of mine has some Husqvarna's which look like they have a pretty tough outer material. So far they have impressed me the most. What trousers do you use? how do you rate them?

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