Clogger Arcmax FR Chainsaw Arm Protectors

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Whether you are climbing, in a bucket or on the ground, this FR arm protector gives you light, cool and comfortable protection from your elbow to your wrist. Now with an new ultra secure stretch thumbhole cuff.
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Hand and arm injuries are common from simple scrapes to chainsaw injuries. The new Clogger FR arm protector is designed to be light, breathable and flexible for complete freedom of movement. 

The latest version is designed to protect your arm from the elbow to the wrist with a new elastic thumbhole cuff for a secure fit. All components are FR and the outer is arc-rated for use in wildfire and line clearance where there is a risk of exposure to fire or arc flash.


  • Uses 6-layer, light and breathable 360 protective sleeve made from Clogger’s proprietary Arrestex FR fully fire resistant chainsaw fabric (also used in our Arcmax and Wildfire range). Arrestex FR will not burn or melt.

  • Complies with NFPA Code 70E 130.7(11) and ENA NENS 09-2014 for arc protection

  • Outer fabric rated to 11 cal/cm2 according to ASTM F1959 for arc resistance and passed EN ISO 15025: 2000 for fire resistance

  • Protective sleeve in housed in a super tough stretch Gen3 FR outer for extended life and a soft FR lining

  • Includes a new stretch thumbhole FR cuff to prevent twisting and provide a secure fit so that protective coverage is held in place giving wrist to elbow coverage

  • Incorporates an elbow strap with a velcro fastening giving the option of tightening to keep saw dust and debris out or leaving open for maximum ventilation

  • Sold individually (as left/right singles) - buy a left and right arm protector to get a pair


Safety Warning

Like all Clogger products, the availability of Clogger arm protectors is not intended as an endorsement of unsafe practices but as the last line of defense to prevent potential injuries


Designed and Made in Invercargill, New Zealand