Here in the Pacific Northwest, there are still many loggers and tree workers that prefer to wear their own pair of Carhartt work pants, or perhaps Prison Blues. Rather than wear a heavy outer layer for chainsaw protection--such as a traditional wrap around pair of chaps--they elect to use these chap inserts. These pads are made in the U.S.A., and are intended for use with Labonville's own WN600P or SN650P work pants. But out here, the truth is many of our customers modify their existing pants to work with these pads. While this is not recommended by Labonville, they are aware of it and advise customers to proceed at their own risk. Having said that, many of our customers work with this setup and really like it.
- Snap-on safety pads go inside your pants, not on the outside
- Worn in place of regular saw chaps
- 6-ply Kevlar and polyester blend
- Proven design, more than 30 years old
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