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  • Arborwear Tech II Pant
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    Arborwear Tech II Pant
    Built to handle long days on the job and outdoor excursions, the Arborwear Men's Tech II Pants put your average pair of pants to shame. They're built with a tough, yet lightweight nylon fabric for unwavering durability, and the fabric's armed with a Teflon coating that shrugs off rain, oil, and any other liquids that might end up on you. Mesh pocket bags speed up dry time if you do get wet, and they enhance breathability for greater comfort. A Rugged Gusset crotch increases range of motion so you can work or hike without restriction--not to mention, it prevents any embarrassing crotch blowouts at work.
  • Arborwear Double Thick Mossy Oak Pullover Hoodie
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    Arborwear Double Thick Mossy Oak Pullover Hoodie
    The Arborwear Men's Double Thick Mossy Oak Pullover Hoodie makes most "heavyweight" sweatshirts look like featherweights. Two layers of thick, 13oz cotton fleece keep you warm where most jackets would fail, and gusseted armpits let you move comfortably when you're hunting, hiking, or just hanging.
  • Arborwear Original Tree Climbers' Pant
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    Arborwear Original Tree Climbers' Pant
    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.
  • Arborwear Double Thick 1/2-Zip Sweatshirt
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    Arborwear Double Thick 1/2-Zip Sweatshirt
    The cousin of the iconic Double Thick Pullover sweatshirt, Arborwear's Double Thick 1/2-Zip Sweatshirt is a slightly lighter, yet still very thick and warm, version of the original with no hood and the addition of a half-zip opening at the front. While most "heavyweight" sweatshirts use a 10-13oz. fabric, this beast of a fleece features two layers of 12oz. cotton to keep you warm when you're working in harsh conditions. Gusseted armpits offer greater mobility when you're chopping down trees or framing a house, and the half-zip opening allows you to vent excess heat when you start working up a sweat.
  • Arborwear Timber Chamois Shirt - Long-Sleeve
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    Arborwear Timber Chamois Shirt - Long-Sleeve
    When your inebriated camp friends bet that you can't climb the limb-less pine, button up your Arborwear Timber Chamois Shirt and start the shimmying. With the pre-washed, soft-chamois cotton fabric you can cushion your bear-arms from the rough bark as you work up the sappy trunk one big hug at a time. Once you reach some branches fifty feet above, roll up your sleeves and take a break as you figure out how you're going to get down.
  • Arborwear Peninsula Denim Shirt
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    Arborwear Peninsula Denim Shirt
    Peninsula Denim Shirt - Men's
  • Arborwear FR Double Thick Full-Zip Hoodie
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    Arborwear FR Double Thick Full-Zip Hoodie
    Frigid mornings on the rig are a little more bearable when you have the Arborwear Men's FR Double Thick Full-Zip Hoodie. It features a double-layered, heavyweight fabric for extra warmth during the coldest days on the job. Besides being warm and durable, the fabric is also more breathable than a hard shell jacket, so you don't get bogged down with sweat when you're working hard. It also sports a protective flap on the zipper to keep icy breezes out, and the hood is helmet compatible to offer a bit of refuge for your head. And, of course, it's certified flame-resistant to meet the toughest standards.
  • Arborwear Single Thick Pullover Sweatshirt
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    Arborwear Single Thick Pullover Sweatshirt
    If you're a fan of Arborwear's legendary Double Thick sweatshirts, but want something a little lighter for those warmer days, then you're in luck. The Men's Single Thick Pullover Sweatshirt features the same great fabric and features of the Double Thick, just without the inner fleece layer. Like its big brother, it still has gusseted underarms for greater mobility when you're swinging away at a tree or wrenching pipe, and its oversized hood fits comfortably over your hardhat to shield your face from the icy, early-morning gusts.
  • Arborwear Double Thick Crew Sweatshirt
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    Arborwear Double Thick Crew Sweatshirt
    We wondered what's better than one cottony, cozy fleece, and Arborwear answered with the Men's Double Thick Crew Sweatshirt. Its double-layer cotton fleece feels best when you have to get out of your sleeping bag and greet the cold campsite. Gusseted arms give a better range of motion.
  • Arborwear Rockhaven Pant
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    Arborwear Rockhaven Pant
    Your work in the field is demanding, to say the least, and few pairs of pants are up to the task. Don't fret though, because Arborwear made the Men's Rockhaven Pants to exceed your high demands. They're crafted with a rugged fabric that stands up to abrasion from rocks, tree trunks, and other pant-shredding surfaces. The fabric is also brushed for softness, keeping you comfortable when you're working long days. The three-piece Rugged Gusset crotch enhances your range of motion and beefs up durability so you don't experience any blowouts. The cuff is made wider to fit over work boots, and the back panel of the cuff is double layered to ensure your pants stand the test of time.
  • Arborwear Double Thick Mossy Oak Full-Zip Hoodie
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    Arborwear Double Thick Mossy Oak Full-Zip Hoodie
    Your other sweatshirts will feel inadequate when you bring home the Arborwear Men's Double Thick Mossy Oak Full-Zip Hoodie. It features two layers of soft cotton fleece to keep you warm, and gusseted armpits allow you to move more freely when hiking, hunting, or hanging out.
  • Arborwear Double Thick Pullover Hoodie
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    Arborwear Double Thick Pullover Hoodie
    While most companies' "heavyweight" sweatshirts use a 10-13oz. fabric, Arborwear redefines the category by pairing two layers of 13oz. cotton fleece to create the Men's Double Thick Pullover Hoodie. The result is an ultra-warm hoodie that still offers the mobility and breathable comfort you expect from a sweatshirt. Gusseted armpits offer greater mobility when you're working away, and its oversized hood fits comfortably over your hardhat to shield your head from frigid conditions.
  • Arborwear Double Thick Full-Zip Hooded Sweatshirt
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    Arborwear Double Thick Full-Zip Hooded Sweatshirt
    As dusk fades to black around the campfire, zip up the Arborwear Double Thick Full-Zip Hooded Sweatshirt and stay warm while the fire smolders out. You could venture out to get more firewood, but two layers of comfy cotton insulate you enough to be lazy and just enjoy the mountain night sky.
  • Arborwear Forest City Jacket
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    Arborwear Forest City Jacket
    Climb a tree, split some wood, shoe a horse, or just go for a walk in the tough and warm 3-in-1 Arborwear Forest City Men's Jacket. The outer shell, made of rugged cotton canvas, can stand up to barbed wire snags, tree branches, and harsh work environments, while the zip-out inner polyester jacket is full of 100g PrimaLoft insulation to keep you warm when cold air settles in for the winter. Both jackets have plenty of pockets, too, and the outer shell has a snap-down front flap to help keep the chill outside where it belongs.
  • Arborwear Flannel-Lined Orignals Pant
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    Arborwear Flannel-Lined Orignals Pant
    The Arborwear Men's Flannel-Lined Originals Pants are like a momma bear: sweet and soft one moment, and unrelentingly tough the next. Watch a momma grizzle snuggle her cubs and you'll have maternal urges too. Try to act on that feeling and watch momma bear test the range of motion in the gusseted crotch. Expect the same level of dedication and protection from your pants.
  • Arborwear Cedar Pant
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    Arborwear Cedar Pant
    Stop messing around with thin, flimsy britches and equip yourself with the Arborwear Men's Cedar Pants. Their Cedar Flex fabric has just a touch of spandex to keep them comfortable, but with reinforcements at the knees and heels, you won't have to worry about them wearing out anytime soon.
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