- OT Tree surgeons. What chainsaw boots?
I take it you won't be going up tree's wearing them? If you are stay away from wellies and get proper tree climbing boots..
I wear both in winter including chainsaw waders. Wellies can get uncomfortable if worn for a long time because of the very thick rigid front that can have a tendency to dig into your shin, though great for muddy conditions.
Currently got some waterproof chainsaw boots that are very good, warm and comfortably but cost about £150 a pair. If it's not going to be to muddy or wet when you use your saw a bog standard pair of boots will do.Posted 7 years ago
I need a pair of chainsaw boots. I've been wearing some steel toecapped leather work boots for chainsaw duty for years. Having sliced a chunk out of my shin with static saw at the weekend when not wearing my protective trousers while clearing up, I'm thinking some proper boots would be worthwhile.
What to go for? Leather lace up or rubber wellie type. Most of the cutting I do tends to be in winter.Posted 7 years ago
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