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Solidur Climb Chainsaw Protective Pants

by Solidur

Solidur Climb Chainsaw Pant

Well, well, well…HELLOOO Solidur Climb Chainsaw Pant!

This pant was specifically designed for all the working Arborists in mind, no questions asked! The Climb Chainsaw Pant is the most form fitting and breathable pant on the market to date. Along the back it is perforated to allow the best airflow possible, allowing you to stay cool on those muggy days! With 5 total pockets, it gives you plenty of options for storing keys, wallet, etc. The rip stop material will help to prevent unwanted tears in the pant, when you get accidentally snagged. Along the knee and down to the boot, reinforced material has been added to keep the pant going strong! What are you waiting for, stay classy while you're out having fun in the canopy and pick yours up today!

These ARE Classified UL 

Leg protection for chainsaw users in accordance with ASTM F1897-20. 

Also classified in accordance with ASTM F3325-20. Class D SA33303

  • 4 -  layer protection   Class 1 design A
  • Structure adapted to wearing a harness
  • RIRI® button closure
  • Zipsol® system for additional pockets
  • 1 tool holder flange
  • 1 dressing pocket
  • 2 Italian pockets with zip
  • 1 ruler pocket
  • 1 patch pocket on the left leg with dust flap
  • Ventilation on the thighs
  • Enveloping bib back
  • Elasticated waistband
  • Buttons for suspenders
  • Removable gaiters with attachment hooks
  • Standard  EN 381-5  CLASS 1 20M/S TYPE A
  • Standard  EN ISO 11393  CLASS 1 20M/S DESIGN A

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Chris Ruvalcaba

These pants are great! Comfortable, lightweight, and very protective!

Good flexibility and fit

I like how I can maneuver around really well. The grey protective abrasion resistant material on the knees is a joke. It grabs onto materials, which allowed my pants to get a tear from a 1/2” broken stub. Cotten canvas materials are way more abrasion resistant than this fluffy stuff. I bought it on a double sale for $180: making it worth the price to me. I’d personally never pay $220+ for this.
They are comfy from 25°-65°. Wool thermals underneath did well from 15°-30°. It gets uncomfortably warm over 80°.
I’m trying out Arborwear chainsaw pants for better breathability.

Comfortable to work with

I been using this pants for about 3 months and they’re very confortable in the ground and when I’m climbing. They’re light weight you almost feel like you’re wearing joggers.
Get a smaller size, I am a 34 and it says i will need a large, but i got the medium and fit perfect.
I definitely recommend this pants

Max Price
Climb with comfort and style

The paints are super comfy. It’s like having jogging paints on. They flex good and from starting out in low teens temps in the early morning hours to mid 60s temp in the afternoon noon these paints will keep you good at all temps.