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Found 7 results

  1. Gallagher28

    Gear changes for CS38/9

    Hi all, I have been qualified in crosscutting, maintenance and small tree felling for a good few months now, and after a good amount of saving from a part time job (im 16), I would like to get another qualification. My issue(s), is that im not sure if my current PPE will work for tree climbing and free fall techniques. I know I will be required to buy the ropes etc, however I was wondering how much of the PPE I use for work on the ground will translate to CS38/9 if any. My current PPE is: Husqvarna forest helmet Stihl function ergo chainsaw trousers, whilst on my course my instructor mentioned that my trousers has no protection around the back, pointing out that they would not be the style used in climbing, is this correct? Husqvarna chainsaw wellingtons (24 m/s), are chainsaw boots mandatory for CS38 /9 or will I be able to get by with my wellingtons? I would also like to know if a normal climbing harness, carabiner and belay device would be of use? Thanks
  2. forestandarb.com

    Stein Krieger Forest

    Good Morning all! Time to beat the Monday blues with a special offer! Throughout the month of February, you can grab the Stein Krieger Forest Chainsaw Trousers just for £139+ VAT(Type A), and £149.00+ VAT(Type C), reduced from £200 and £220+ VAT respectively Featuring Hi Vis strips, class 1 protection and an overall design with Arborists in mind, you can't go far wrong! Head online now to grab a pair at a great price! ------>Sale (Valid until February 29th or while stocks last)
  3. forestandarb.com

    Arbortec

    Hi Arbtalkers, guess whats finally arrived! The Arbortec Breatheflex trouser that has been so successful and so popular within the professional arborist world, is now available in GO/RT Hi Vis, for use on highways, railways, and general useage where being seen is priority number 1! Currently available from stock are Type Cs, in Small, Medium and Large, with XL and all Type A sizes due in soon. Place your orders now for immediate next day delivery, or pre order the Type As for dispatch as soon as they are available. For more details, check out the links below! Arbortec Breatheflex Chainsaw Trouser GO/RT Type A Arbortec Breatheflex Chainsaw Trouser GO/RT Type C
  4. forestandarb.com

    SIP Trousers Special Offer!

    Happy Weekend everyone! To kick it off, we've got a brand new special offer available on our Kit Deals section of the website! Featuring 2 pairs of SIP Progress Trousers, one lightweight, vented pair of Type As, and one more heavy duty pair of type Cs, these will keep you comfortable all year in Britain's famous changing climate! Check out the link below! SIP Summer/Winter Trouser Offer
  5. TGB

    Chainsaw trouser size

    I was interested in the 'Stihl Hi-flex' ad and checked out the size on Stihl's website. Now the waist would be good for me but the leg length is far to long. My problem is that while being short, I have a somewhat rotund physique. So not wanting to be standing on/tripping over yet another overlong trouser; is it possible to shorten chainsaw trousers? One presumes the need for a heavy duty sewing machine, like a sail maker would use. Or is sticking with chaps my only option, if I want a good fit?
  6. LeeOulton

    Spare Stretch Air Material

    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
  7. LeeOulton

    Spare StretchAir Material (grey)

    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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