Arborwear Tree Climber's Pant

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They tarted as arborists — folks that take care of trees. Back then, there were two types of pants for tree work: canvas work pants or rock climbing pants. Canvas pants were too stiff, never fit very well and restricted our movement. Rock climbing pants on the other hand, allowed free movement, but sure didn't hold up well to tree work… Not to mention they cost an arm and a leg.

Their solution was to marry the two and make a comfortable canvas work pant that you could actually move in. A pant that fit well, held up on the job, and cost less than a case of bar oil. After many prototypes and on-the-job testing, they finally made some things they liked. Truth is, they found other folks liked them too — not just arborists. The features that make our clothes great for tree work are the same for any demanding work environment or lifestyle. They're not about bells and whistles… just the necessities that work.
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These are the britches that made us what we are today. Our 12.5 oz. pre-shrunk, washed Canvas Originals feel broken in right from the get go. Our signature Rugged Gusset crotch, industrial stitching and double knees allow for maximum freedom of movement, comfort and durability. And our custom semi-tapered cuffs won't get hung up when you are doing your thing. So go climb something. Something tall and sharp. And possibly maple-flavored.


  • 12.5 oz. Ringspun Cotton Canvas
  • Double Knee
  • 4 Pockets Plus Utility Pocket
  • YKK Zipper
  • Rugged Gusset Crotch
  • Boot Friendly Work Cuff
  • Garment Washed

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SKU 0293-0004
Manufacturer ArborWear

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