Zero Gen2 Chainsaw Trousers by Clogger
Designed for the climbing arborist who works in hot conditions, these pants are cool and light but still tough with a ripstop outer and abrasion resistant sections.
The A-style pant gives you frontal protection where it is most needed, and has large cooling vents that are bigger in the back to allow body heat to escape faster. Outer fabric is specially engineered to move moisture away from the skin, and 4-way stretch fabric gives you greater flexibility and range of movement.
Extra abrasion resistance is worked into the fabric from the knee down to keep your high-wear areas from wearing out too fast. There is also a new, high-strength fabric reinforcement on the rear back to stop all the little tears caused by saw teeth when hanging the saw on the harness. The extra-long length gives even more freedom of movement while you are stretching along a limb or when using spurs.
Pockets are placed on the thigh to give easy access to necessary items even when you're already in your harness; zippered pockets keep your small items safe, and distinctive zipper pulls make accessing your pockets easy even when wearing gloves. Extra pockets and convenient cell phone pocket gives you more places to store and organize necessities when on the job. Pockets can now each be turned inside out, to empty saw chips, dust, etc. before washing.
The Clogger MK II is the same great, breathable and cool protection, with increased durability.
Features & Benefits
- Durable - ripstop fabric
- Elasticized waist
- Mesh lining
- Multiple pockets
- Lightweight - approx 2.2 lb for a medium pair
- Manufacturer: Clogger
- Made in New Zealand
Certifications & Standards
- ASTM F1897-20
- Meets OSHA 1910-266
Ratings & Reviews
Durable, seams chafe when spurring
Decent protection, reinforcements where they are needed, durable, still pretty warm though. If I use these in temps over 70, I’m sweating badly. Motorcycle clothing has vents everywhere and still vents & protects well. These pants could use some more vents high on the inner thigh. I also develop a pretty uncomfortable chafe where the stitching on the inside of the calf sits against the pads of my spurs. To overcome this, I wear ski socks that come to just below the knee to pad the stitching in the pants.