AT4070 Breatheflex Pro Chainsaw Pants Design C Class 1 - 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 fibres 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.
Based on customer feedback the pants now feature a brand NEW liner which offers unrivalled comfort and will no longer trap sawdust or leg hairs in the material on the inside legs of the pants.
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.
- Available in 3 colours: Black, blue and lime.
- Design C pants (saw protection to the front and back of the legs only) and the protection is rated to Class 1 (20 m/s). EN381-5 Class 1 (20m/s) Design C.
- Available in short and tall leg.
The AT4070 is a Design C pants (saw protection to the front of the leg) and the protection is rated to:
- AT4070 - Class 1 (20 m/s) EN 381-5 Design C.
Link to Declaration of Conformity
The quality has improved over time, the addition of the Kevlar crotch under the stretchy fabric saved me from lots of sawdust on the man bits, something I struggled with the first pair after the stretchy fabric blew out. One improvement I would suggest is thicker, stronger thread on the pocket seams and the buttons, maybe add a dot of superglue after the buttons are sewed on. Every pair I've lost the front suspender and crotch buttons over time due to the thread unraveling from whatever stitch is used to secure them. Other than that great pants and I will be buying them again. Also, the lower leg fabric is phenomenal for long wear, maybe an additional panel of that on the front upper thighs would be beneficial. I fall timber full time in the pacific northwest and average 1500 hours a year in all weather conditions. I got over 2000 hours out of the last pair, .25 cents an hour average is worth the larger price tag over clip on chaps. Thanks for taking the time to read my review