Stretch chainsaw trousers from Severnside Safety

As more chainsaw users are required to wear high-visibility protective trousers when working, especially close to major roads, Severnside Safety is introducing a new yellow "stretchy" trouser it believes offers optimum protection, comfort and wearability.

With Design C all-round Class 1 (20m/s EN381-5) protection, the trouser is high-viz yellow (EN471) and has a built-in waist belt and high back support. There are buttons for fixing braces.

The top of the front is made of Rip-Stop stretch material, while the middle section is hard-wearing stretchy Kevlar material. The bottom section is waterproof Top Tex and the rear of each leg is all stretch.


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