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Spider Climbing Trousers by Clogger

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Spider Climbing Trousers by Clogger

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Cool to wear with lots of stretch. Tough, with abrasion resistant padding. Built for the competitive tree climber.

Spider is a new breed of climbing trouser for professional arborists and outdoor explorers - built for those that climb! With 360 degree stretch, advanced fabric strength and Nilit Breeze cooling capabilities…you can go in any direction and set your own limits.

    Sizing Guidelines:
  • XS: Waist 29.5-31.5", Inseam 30.7"
  • S: Waist 31.8-33.8", Inseam 31"
  • M: Waist 34-36", Inseam 31.8"
  • L: Waist 36.6-38.5", Inseam 32.2"
  • XL: Waist 39-41", Inseam 32.6"
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Clogger Spider Climbing Pants info
    Features:
  • Durable 360 degree stretch high tenacity nylon/lycra
  • Abrasion resistant knees & inner cuff
  • Padded knee & shin
  • Rear mesh panels for ventilation
  • 2 x zipped hip pockets
  • 2 x zipped lower pockets (accessible with harness)
  • High strength gusseted crotch
  • Wide belt loops
  • Elasticized waist

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Rated: Good Review by: Raptor Bander

“ I climb trees for a few weeks each summer to band eagles. I really like these features; the fit (I went up one size), light weight and stretchy material, ventilation panels and padding on knees and shins. However, the material is already starting to pill up and wear, especially on the knee pads and surrounding areas. I think they will last me a few more seasons, but I don't think an arborist will be pleased with their durability. ”

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