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  1. After a new set of pants. Work in Australia so if they have good ventilation that will be a big tick. Climbing 90% of the time flexible and comfy a must too Currently tossing up between the Arbpro gammas, sip canopy w-air and arbortec breatheflex pro. Please don't say pfanner, I've had multiple pairs of the ventilation and arborists and I'm really not impressed and do not have the intention of spending that sort of money of overpriced crap (quite happy to spend it on another brand if they're worth it)
  2. 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.
  3. For the whole of July we have a special promotion running with some excellent discounts available! Enter your coupon codes when you check out! For more information don't hesitate to contact us on 01373 475540 Sorbus International
  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. Can anybody tell me if the 2012 stretch air trousers come with braces, the only braces that are listed state they fit all 2011 trousers and I can't find any that are for 2012 trousers? Thanks
  6. 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
  7. Hi all, Im selling spare stretch air material so you can fix your expensive pants. Its been quite popular on ebay so far... 3cm x 3cm patch £3.00 + £1.00p&p PM me for details. I also have some of the knee material left so contact me if you require.. Lee
  8. Hi all, I have "broken" my stretch-airs and i am gutted, if anyone wants some of the material to fix rips etc.. Please contact me, i wont charge much, but every little helps towards my next pair :-(


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