Arbortec Sizing Guide For Chainsaw Pants, Clothing and Boots
Why not check out this handy Arbortec sizing guide to help select the best fitting products for arborists and foresters. The sizing is for the North American market.
The Arborflex Pro Skin is a high-quality active pants. The Skin can be used as a stand-alone lightweight climbing/work pants, which can be changed into fully protective chainsaw pants when worn with Arborflex Baselayer.
The Arborflex Pro skins feature incredibly resilient and abrasion-resistant panels on the front and ankle of the pants. This material has been woven with Kevlar fibres which makes the panels extremely tough when getting bashed and scraped on trees and debris every day.
After Looking at these pants online for a long time, I finally decided to give these a try. I love the design, color, the vents in the back and the fact that they can also be chainsaw pants. The only thing with making them chainsaw pants is your spending the same amount of money for an insert and in the end, essentially spending 500 bucks on a pair a chainsaw pants. Yikes... When I wore them the first time the fit was great but noticed they were not quite long enough. The Long size is not long enough for long legged people. Also the bungee thing going on at the bottom of the pants is super annoying. I thought it would be a good idea for keeping sawdust out of my boots but they just ride up and would rather have NO elastic on bottom. Last but not least is NO PHONE POCKET. I did look at the pictures and didnt really see one so thats on me, but for the amount of money I spent on these and most other arborist pants have a phone pocket as well. If they were a touch longer, No elastic on bottom, and a phone pocket I would hands down give these 5 stars and then also buy the Purple version of these pants.