WoodlandPRO Arborist Chainsaw Protection Pants
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BWP AP LG RG
BWP AP MD LG
BWP AP MD RG
BWP AP XL RG
Professional chainsaw protection pants from WoodlandPRO. WoodlandPRO Arborist chainsaw pants were designed by tree care professionals to be one of the lightest, most comfortable, and durable chainsaw protection pants available. WoodlandPRO Arborists chainsaw pants use ProlarLite protective padding, which is super thin and lightweight, but still offers full UL listed protection for jamming saw chain. The front high wear areas of these pants are made with a reinforced Nylon/Kevlar weave that makes them incredibly durable. The back of the pants are made from a lightweight and breathable Nylon/Spandex material that helps ventilate during those hot summer days. Elastic waist stretches up to 8", and deep pockets with flaps and zipper or Velcro closures keep your tools in and the wood chips out.
Meets ASTM Std.F-1897-2014 and CAN/BNQ 1923-450-M91. UL Certified.
Medium/Regular Waist size (29" - 35") Inseam (29")
Medium/Long Waist size (29" - 35") Inseam (32")
Large/Regular Waist size (35" - 41") Inseam (31")
Large/Long Waist size (35" - 41") Inseam (34")
X-Large/Regular Waist size (41" - 47") Inseam (32")
Chainsaw Pant & Chap Safety Information
Chainsaw protection 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.
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