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  1. Hello Arbtalk members. We just wish to introduce you to Outwear Ltd, the new name in Arborist clothing, equipment and PPE distribution, having taken over the distribution of some truly outstanding brands from the team at Clark Forest. Outwear was created due to a need to keep up with the demand for the brands and to support continued growth, by moving to a larger, more modern warehouse to focus purely on distribution. The Clark Forest team continues as normal, by being one of Outwear’s excellent retailers. We plan on becoming active members of Arbtalk and know how valued the forums are to the arborist community. We hope to share news on our brands, product launches and other bits and pieces on a regular basis. We also wish to join in conversations and be here to offer help. Feedback on the brands is greatly appreciated and we look forward to meeting Arbtalk members at a number of shows and events, starting with the APF. The brands that Outwear currently distribute are: · PFANNER · PROTOS · Woolpower · DISTEIN · cutandclimb · Log Jack · BAHCO Forestry Tools · d3 Tape · Veriga Crampons Please take a look around our website www.outwearltd.co.uk to explore the brands that we look after and for detailed information on the products. We look forward to chatting with you.
  2. Hi everyone Just wanted some advice from peeps with experience in rail. I've looked at the Breathflex and Stein and wondered what people think is best for breathability ect and any other makes around couldn't find much more but I might be looking in the wrong places. All C class. Cheers B
  3. Hello, My name is Sam and i have created a company called Bear Valley Company, for which i am aiming to supply high quality, industry aimed clothing for arbs and foresters all at a fair price. The aim is to supply the industry with a shirt which is professional, comfortable and durable for all aspects of work, groundie, climbers.... Boss! My prototype shirt is called the "Exo-Ranger" series. The all round industry shirt. The shirt will be tight to the skin to minimize snagging whilst climbing or dragging brash, will take moisture away from the body and breathe whilst the work load is high and keep you warm when its cold. It will look professional and uniformed whilst in the public. The fabric is made so that it is tough and hard wearing and it is thicker than "normal shirts" with a bespoke material unique to the shirt and series. I will also offer the customer the option to have their shirts printed with their company name and details on the shirt prior to sending. This is the starting phase for my company, i aim to progress through the industry including long sleeves to the "Exo-Ranger" series, going onto hoodies which match the shirts, soft shells, social normal tees, workable traditional "lumberjack" shirts and completely waterproof jackets at reasonable prices (Unlike some big brands which charge silly amounts of money for their completely waterproof jackets!) and more. At the moment the company is still within its infancy, i want to keep this business completely people orientated with ideas and suggestions about what you would want from the shirts, to what you would like to see in design or colours! It is you lot who it is aimed at and will hopefully be buying. So please comment on this thread and let me know! I have a few photos to show you of the first prototype which i have currently been testing, it is not the end product and i have 2 more shirts which are coming to me within the next 2 weeks showcasing a slightly different design and style. So if you like the thought of having something smart and comfortable to work then please like and follow me on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. I am currently working with making my website. Insta - @bearvalleyco Twitter - @TeamBearValley Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/BearValleyCompany/ Thank you, i will keep regular updates. I aim to having stock to sell by April 2016. BVC Here is the first design of the shirt and logo, i also messed around getting more colours for later on. Alot of feedback came from having the green and black and orange and black. After a while i got my samples through, as for all prototypes they need adjusting and tweaking, but for the first attempted them came out well. The neck was too large as stuff got into the shirt too easily, the sleeves where too big and the lower hem was too tight. These have all now been addressed for the next two samples coming. Hopefully get it as close to perfect as possible with them!
  4. To coincide with our launch of heaps of new Arbortec/Treehog products(Including the new for 2015 Black Breatheflex Trouser!) that we are now stocking, we've had a shiny new stand built in the shop to give everyone in store easier access to the whole Arbortec range! Why not pop in and have a look! You can also check out all the new products on our website, by heading to the link here: Arbortec We've also added a "New products" section to our site, which you can check out regularly to see all the latest innovations and bits of tech! New Products :thumbup:


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