If you are doing anything in the outdoors these chaps are perfect for leg protection from rain and wind and thorns and scrub etc. worn em twice beating and quad work and very pleased. They allow plenty of movement and are well made and like the workshop apron seem built to last. Make you feel like buying a quarter horse to go with them!
These chaps are excellent. I’ll openly admit to being sceptical about chaps prior to using these but I’m well pleased with my purchase, especially considering these Frost River ones are half the price of the offerings from other brands. I’ve used them mainly whilst working my small holding and find them to be robust and highly weather resistant. They stood up perfectly to the brush cutting I was doing in the the recent torrential rain. Worn over some G1000 trousers my legs were pretty much dry and absolutely sting and scratch free after many hours of work. The quality workmanship makes them look like they will last for years to come. Brilliant
Good sturdy strong material tested out over the past two days in thick waste high brambles excellent. Not too heavy able to wear for a full day without any extra fatigue. Very good delivery service (next day as promised) looking to purchase additional pairs when available for other staff in our company.
Excellent product 100% happy with them and a great service from Natural man
I’ve run out of superlatives. It says on the website... protects legs from sharp stuff in the woods, thorns in the hedgerow, stubble in the cornfield and general wet stuff. What it forgot to mention was charging elephants and the odd rhino! These chaps are in a different league to anything available in the U.K. The design and quality is simply superb. Although heavy duty the way they sit on your belt thanks to the twin straps you hardly know they are there. If you wear chaps, get a pair of these. You won’t want to wear any others. Once again excellent service from Mark at Naturalman. Anyway I’m off to find a pit full of snakes!!!
I'm pleased that you like them John, they are a cracking bit of kit aren't they.