Who uses this equipment?
Surveyors, geologists, agronomists, biologists, hunters, explorers, well drillers, livestock farmers, campers, field workers, or anyone who is going to perform an outdoor activities in áreas of possible encounter with snakes.
|Protection||Full protection against snake bite (up to the thigh) unlike other chaps that snake protection is only up to the knee.|
|Thickness||1.12 mm, (+/- 0.07 mm)|
|Colors||Gray and Olive Green|
|Caracteristics||They are closed by the external side with automatic 5V zipper.|
|Weight||Small Size: 1140 gr, Medium: 1180 gr, Large: 1308 gr. Average per pair.|
Wash and make sure they are well dried to prevent fungal formation. Store in a cool place and out of reach of: rodents, heat sources, sunlight, UV light, chemical solvents and fire.
Make sure your equipment has not been attacked by the above elements, which damage the physical and molecular structure of the textile fibers that make up your gaiters.
Remove dirt and mud with a soft brush. Wash with cold water. Use neutral soap. Rinse thoroughly twice. Dry in the shade. Do not iron.
Leather chaps need to be very thick to stop snakes fangs, making them heavy. In addition, when they dry, after wetting, they tend to harden and crack creating weak spots that are a hazard to the user. The rigid plastic chunks do not allow the heat to go out, so they are very uncomfortable on hot days, because they are rigid they prevent movement easily and make a lot of noise when brushing the weeds in the field, as they do not have grip to the instep it is easy to be Rotate on the limb, also because of their design are difficult to put and very easy to remove, to the degree that a branch can sometimes loosen them without the user even notice. ARCTODUS MANGOSTA V1.0 Chaps are flexible, light and because of their closure system they do not open nor are they affected by repeated water contact.
Of course yes. In fact the tests performed on ARCTODUS MANGOSTA Chaps V1.0 with rattlesnakes are made repeated attacks without major problem. The chaps are composed of several textile layers that prevent the passage of the fangs, so that only a tear that completely opens a groove in some layer would make them vulnerable, but such damage could only make a sharp object, not a fang.