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Arborwear RAC Calf Wrap Style Chainsaw Chaps Orange Long

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Arborwear RAC Calf Wrap Style Chainsaw Chaps Orange Long
Item #: AWCWC-OR-L
Orange. Long. 34-36 inch. Up to 48 inch Waist.

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The new Arborwear RAC Chainsaw Chaps were developed to tackle the issues with traditional chainsaw chaps. With the Patent Pending Daisy Fit™ System, the RAC chaps feature a strap system where straps are Replaceable if broken or lost, Adjustable to various leg sizes and shapes, and Comfortable for all day wear, reducing discomfort and fatigue. All designed in an effort to keep you working longer and safer in the field.

• UL Approved, Meets ASTM F1897-2008 Standard Specifications.
• Stretch, Adjustable, Trim-to-Fit Waist Belt Fits Up To 48” Waist
• 6-Layer Blocking Material
• 1680 Denier Heavy Duty Nylon with PU Coating and DWR for Water Resistance
• Heavy Duty Buckles withstand Stress and Cold
• Patent-Pending Daisy Fit™ Strap System for a Customized Fit or Strap and Buckle Replacement
• Stretch Straps for All Day Comfort
• 180° of Leg Protection
• Weighs Regular 3.25 lbs & Long 3.55lbs
• Imported

Size LONG Fits Pant Inseam 34"-36".
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 3.55 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Replacement Part? No
Brand Arborwear
Color Orange
Diameter No
Strand Count No
Inseam 34-36 in
Material Denier/Nylon
Water Resistant Yes
MPN 820101L
UPC Code 816681018117

Customer Reviews

Rugged, rugged, rugged chaps! Review by Bo
Great chaps--simple, rugged, dependable (hey, sort of like me?!). What I like most about them is the tough loops & fastener system to keep them fastened securely around my legs. Unlike other brands of chaps, I have yet to break a fastener or loop--but if that happens, 2 replacement loops/fasteners come with each new pair of chaps. (No sewing skills required! My man side likes this.) Like their pants, these ArborWear chaps are TOUGH and worth the money you spend on them. I would sing their praises, but my singing voice sucks (I was asked by my 9th-grade choir teacher if I wouldn't rather go to study hall rather than be in choir!) (Posted on 5/23/2016)