As Wallis and Gromit have taught us, wearing the wrong trousers can lead to all sorts of problems (such as being used by an enigmatic penguin to commit a dangerous jewel heist). Out in the woods, however, when engaged in heavy duty cutting work, trousers are a far more serious issue, and if improperly attired even the most experienced chainsaw operator will be at greater risk of injury and may find it hard to work efficiently. This is why Husqvarna make these outstanding Technical Extreme Waist-Height Trousers, offering all of the protection, comfort and convenience required during intensive commercial cutting work, even in hostile environments.
Made from a durable yet lightweight and supple material, the Technical Extreme Waist-Height Trousers offer superb year-round protection regardless of the situation at hand. Ventilation zippers at the back of the legs, for example, help you to keep cool when the conditions are hot, while special fasteners at the ankles work to keep snow and mud out should the weather take a turn for the worse. A large reflective logo and reflective fabric on the knees and legs, moreover, improve visibility when working in low light conditions. Even more importantly, Cordura reinforcement in vulnerable areas offers industry approved protection against chain speeds of up to 20m/s across the front and partially to the left side of the leg, thus helping to keep you safe while you work.
Designed with pre-bent knees for increased freedom of movement, Husqvarna’s Technical Extreme Waist-Height Trousers also come with removable braces and an adjustable waist band to help ensure a perfect fit. An impressive array of six pockets (two front pockets, two back pockets, one on the left leg and a ruler pocket), furthermore, allows you to carry all the handy little odds and ends required during long days of heavy duty cutting work. Available in fives sizes to help meet your particular requirements (ranging from 30″-46″), these exceptional trousers are therefore perfect for any forestry professional.
*Make sure you are using your chainsaw safely and read our free advice article when you have a spare moment.