Arborwear Original Tree Climbers' Pant - Men's

Arborwear Original Tree Climbers' Pant - Men's
Arborwear Original Tree Climbers' Pant - Men's
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Original Tree Climbers' Pant - Men's by Arborwear
Arborwear arborists tested the Men's Tree Climbers' Pant where it counts. A Frankenstein of rock-climbing mobility and tree-defying toughness, the O. G. Pant takes the abuse of working in the brush without causing you any pain. Originally intended for the rugged people who spend their days wrestling with tree parts, outdoor enthusiasts soon glimpsed the promise of a pant that could put up with going to hell and back every day.

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