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Arbpro Gamma Chainsaw Pants

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Arbpro Gamma Chainsaw Pants
Item #: GMSP
$299.95
Arbpro Chainsaw protective pants designed for tree workers.

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$299.95

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• High quality Swiss fabric Schoeller Keprotec®.
• Class 1 20 m/s Type A.
• 4 way stretch fabric with high resistance to abrasion.
• Slim design and light weight.
• Ventilation zippers in the back.
• Detachable gaiters.

Measurement Unit Cm In Cm In Cm In Cm In
SIZE S S M M L L XL XL
Waist 86 34 90 36 94 38 98 39
Inseam 81 32 82 32 83 33 85 34
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.50 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand Arbpro
Color Black/Grey
Certifications or Standards Class 1 20 m/s Type A
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Wow. Look super cool, seem well built (early review), and form fitting (no snagging) Review by timmySaint
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Just got these guys in the mail, and wore them for the first time in the tree today. So, this is an early review- no word on durability.

The fit of these is 'European, form' - my wife commented that they definitely aren't baggy. The fit is sporty, and climbing silvers all day, I appreciate that they really aren't in danger of snagging, and I have a good view of my feet. The material feels heavy duty- this kind of funky, rubberized material at the knee, and ripstop at the shins. Oh, and the kevlar extends up past my thighs, over the pockets, which is quite different from my last saw pants, where the chainsaw protection only extended to just below the pockets.

What else. Yeah, they look really sharp. Feel great. Might be 'warm'- but I live in Ontario and so our summers don't get too, too crazy hot.

Ordered a medium, and I'm a 32-33 waist, and they fit really good that way.

The suspenders (included) are also slick. They zip up in the back - cool, eh? I decided to wear them today, and they felt great. Probably going to leave them on.

So, yeah, let's follow up in 6 months and see about durability. But, these are the bomb. Previous saw pants were SIP and Pfanners. Like these better on first wearing. (Posted on 4/24/2019)