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    It's cold out there...

    For most of us when you open the door to start a new day at work, there's a cold, crisp wind howling between you and the truck. Only then, you think about adding an extra layer that has been keeping you warm for the past few winters. 
    Read on for our top winter clothing picks......


    The Wolf is a half-zip pullover top, perfect for the extra layer over the t-shirt. The pullover is finished in a grey melange fleece material, with a handy chest pocket. 


    If you're looking for a warm mid-layer with a hood, defiantly go for the hoodie. The hoodie is available in Grey and Black, pull-over and zip up, logoed and un-logoed. Yep, there's a lot of choices. just check out the link below to see what you prefer. 

    Hang on, a couple of points before you go. All the hoodies come with some cool features. A zipped model pocket on the front of the garment, with an internal headphone point, stowaway pull string system, thumb loops, extra-long long sleeves, and body.



    Our top pick for the outer layer is defiantly going to be the Caiman softshell. 

    The warm, water-resistant softshell jacket features a removable hood, a large rear pocket to stow the hood when not in use. All external front pockets are closed with water-resistant zippers welded with reflective trim surround.


    Our second choice on the outer layer would be the Kudu fleece.

    A perfect fleece for the job site, available in 3 bright colors with a casual style. The fleece features generous back and arm length for ease of movement, plus thump loops.

    These are just a few items from the winter clothing range. Check out the full range on the link below. 

    Keep warm, keep safe.



    What's better than a matching kit?

    Choosing the right kit, knowing what level of protection and knowing what goes together can take time to figure out. As it's Halloween we've put together an orange and black combo. (also made some pretty cool pictures)

    For our 2019 Halloween photoshoot, we're using the Orginal orange/black Breatheflex chainsaw trousers, Orange Scafell Lites and Black Soft Shell.

    Original Breatheflex

    Orange Scafell Lite

    Black Soft Shell

    Pink it up

    Every October we do our best to support the Against Breast Cancer charity https://www.againstbreastcancer.org.uk/

    This year we've dropped new pink merch! 100% of the profits are being donated to Against Breast Cancer. The range includes organic round neck t-shirts, bottle opener keyrings, and 500ml water bottles.

    Also, the pink Breatheflex chainsaw trousers were created to give help raise founds. 5% of all the sales from these trousers will be donated to Against Breast Cancer.

    So show your support and pink your kit up.


    Oct 2019

    Wear it, it will save you...

    If the wrong PPE was being used here, we would be talking about a whole different story.

    This prime example shows why everyone using a chainsaw must be wearing chainsaw protective clothing.

    Thanks for sharing with everyone Ben.

    Stay safe, wear your PPE.

    Oct 2019

    Expedition Old Growth

    Check out this awesome video from the Expedition Old Growth team.

    The team assisted the Archangel Ancient Tree crew in the Redwoods. The video below gives you a fantastic insight into the valuable work the team is doing.

    Based in the Pacific Northwest, Expedition Old Growth provides tours of the region’s beautiful forests while assisting adventure-seekers with their guided ascent to the uppermost canopies of the majestically ancient trees. This increadable experience creates a greater appreciation for the living habitat and unique flora thriving at the forest floor and up into the tree-tops.

    Behind all this is a skilled team run by Damien Carre, Matthew Beatty, Logan Collier, and Kelton Rappleyea. Next time you happen to end up in the Northwest, it's well worth a visit. 

    Expedition Old Growth: FaceBook

    Expedition Old Growth: Website

    Sep 2019