Stihl Advance PPE

The latest forestry clothing from Stihl includes lightweight stretch chainsaw-trousers with Design A protection to front of the leg.

Using a high-tech fibre, exclusive to Stihl, the trousers have just six layers to achieve a 33 per cent reduction in weight. The stretchy, permanently elastic material should ensure a snug fit, while the fabric also makes the trousers more than 20 per cent cooler than for a conventional nine-layer construction.
Designed in black and grey with orange logo, they come in six waist sizes from 33in to 45in and are priced at £145 inc VAT. Bib-and- brace leg protection, at £160 ex VAT, is also available. There is a matching jacket in sizes from S to XXL, priced at £130 inc VAT.

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