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Scafell Lite Chainsaw Boots

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Scafell Lite Chainsaw Boots -

Scafell Lite chainsaw boots have the highest-level of chainsaw protection of any boot we've carried to date, with a Class II certification. (Class 2 is for max chain speed of 24 metres per second /54 mph /4724 feet per minute.) In addition to excellent saw protection, the Scafell Lite boots have all of the properties you want in an excellent tree work boot.

Scafell Lite boots have a Steel Toe cap, a flexible, puncture-resistant midsole, and a Vibram sole. The Scafells are comfortable and durable, waterproof, and breathable. This boot offers not only superb protection but also great work performance. Weighs 6 lb per pair.


Scafell Lite Videos

  • Class 2 chainsaw protection
  • Steel safety toe
  • Waterproof
  • Vibram Sole
  • Excellent Support
  • 6 lb per pair
Manufacturer : Arbortec
Made in : EU
Available Sizes : 8-13 (D width)
Weight : Aprox 6.5 lb. per pair


  • ENISO 17249 Class 2 (24m/s)
  • CE

Customer Reviews

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Rated: Disappointing Review by: Andy

“For chainsaw protective boots, these are fairly comfortable out of the box, they are a pleasure to spur climb with, the green pair looks good, and they were on sale for $260. I usually wear size 11, but they were tight, so I traded them for 11.5. (almost $30 to ship from Vermont to Washington, but not a deal breaker). The 11.5's fit very well.

After wearing them every other day for 1.5 months, these particular Vibram soles are useless on anything steep, damp or wet: dirt, wood, rocks, snow, you name it! In my experience, Red Wing, Haix, and Pfanner boots all have far greater steep and wet terrain traction than these. I may have to set the Scafells aside until May in an effort to keep myself from sliding down a snow covered slope into an icy brook. If anyone wants to buy them from me, I will consider selling only if you promise you do NOT work on steep hills, mountains, banks, etc. and that it never or rarely rains or snows where you work! ”

Rated: Disappointing Review by: Jaeden

“I bought these boots after my Salomons started to fall apart, and am pretty bummed. They rubbed on my heels from day 1, and now have caused big lumps to swell by my achilles tendons, making it painful to even wear normal shoes. I keep trying to "break them in," but not sure if they will ever be tolerable to wear.”

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