AT4060(US) Breatheflex Pro Chainsaw Pants UL Rated - Lime
With the Breatheflex Pro's everything comes down to the weight and performance of the pants. With high tenacity polymer, we can ensure these pants will keep you well protected and still allow you the flexibility you need to manoeuvre around the job site and canopy of a tree with ease.
The pants feature an incredibly resilient and abrasion-resistant panel on the front and ankle of the pants. The material is woven with Kevlar fibers and makes it extremely tough when getting bashed and scraped on trees and debris every day.
The crotch is made with Kevlar to eliminate ripping and incredibly stretchy fabric that allows for the ultimate amount of movement and flexibility in the tree.
Each pair is handcrafted in our own Portuguese factory. This enables us to make changes to products quickly, and ensure the finished article has been made to the highest standard.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS:
- Adjustable waistband.
- Kidney pad on the back of pants for braces.
- Elasticated hooks at the base of the pants to attach to laces of boots.
- YKK Zips on all pockets with taped seams.
- Vents on the back of the pants
- Available in 3 colours: Black, blue and lime.
- Available in short and tall leg.
Conforms to ASTM F1897-14 (2014) – leg protection for chainsaw users in the USA and ASTM F3325 (2019) – leg protection for chainsaw users in Canada.
Link to Declaration of Conformity
Everyone kept talking about how great these pants were. Yes they will save your leg if a chainsaw hits them in the front. However, I was really sold on the whole "breathe flex pro" Which is supposed to make your legs be able to breathe. They do have two little areas in the back of the pants but your legs don't do much breathing. I had to go to a seamstress and have them put additional slits in the back of the legs to make it more breathable.
If you want your legs to breathe you need to buy a bigger size than you regular pants size. For example I'm 155 lb and like 6 ft 1. I bought the tall mediums and it feels like it hugs my calves so basically I get no air there.
Again there's only two pockets for breathability. I highly suggest spending that money elsewhere especially when they're $420.
If you can get away with it, go buy some really thin pants at Sam's and then wear chainsaw pants when needed
My breatheflex pro pants are awesome. They feel very comfortable and are not too hot even in warm weath