Labonville Flame Resistant Chainsaw Safety Chaps
Colors: Orange Only
See sizing under Specifications below.
Chap Overall Length: Reg(Medium) 32", Long(Large) 36", X-Long(X-Large) 40", 2X-Long(2X-Large) 44"
Pad Overall Length: Reg(Medium) 28", Long(Large) 32", X-Long(X-Large) 36", 2X-Long(2X-Large) 40"
Leg Width: 15" at the widest point
Adjustable Waist Belt Size: 26" to 48" (Extension Available)
Chap Cover Material: 1000 Denier Nylon
Chap Cut Resistant Material: 6 Layers (Kevlar/Polyester Blend)
Safety Certifications: UL Certified in Accordance with ASTM F1414-13
Safety Certifications: Meets ASTM F1897-2008 Leg Protection for Chain Saw Users
Safety Certifications: Meets ASTM D-3787 Flame Resistance Standard
Safety Certifications: Meets OSHA Regulation 1910-266 for Logging Operations
Safety Certifications: Meets ANSI Z133.1 2012 Standards for Tree Care Operations
Safety Certifications: Meets USFS Requirements 11BF
Country of Origin: U.S.A.
Chainsaw Chap Fitment Information
Chainsaw chaps are not sized the same way your pants are. Chainsaw chaps are measured from the top of your belt down to the ankle area. Just hook a tape measure in your trousers and go to the top of your foot. Chainsaw chaps should be properly fitted with the adjustable buckles. They should be worn snug, not loose or tight.
Chainsaw Pant & Chap Safety Information
Chainsaw protective pants and chaps are not represented as a shield against damage, but as an aid to help prevent more severe damage in extreme cases. Chainsaw protective pants and chaps contain material designed to reduce the risk or severity of an injury, and give the operator extra reaction time when contact is made by a moving saw chain. The cut retardant material is designed to "pull" apart and clog up the sprocket system of a gas powered chainsaw and slow or stop the chain from rotating depending on the speed of the chain, length and angle of contact and the power of the saw. Protective pants and chaps should never be considered safer than proper and correct chainsaw handling safety procedures. Chainsaw pants and chaps are designed for gas powered chainsaws and will not stop the sprocket on most electric powered chainsaws.