FORESTRY and arboricultural equipment retailer is having a virtual sale this week, running the duration of the APF Show that never was.

Starting on Thursday 24th until Monday 28th, there will be offers on new products from Arbortec, Haix, Marlow, Stein and Solidur, as well as deals on its usual  range of products.

With an emphasis on green and renewable products, Marlow has launched the Blue Ocean range of climbing, prussic and rigging ropes. This new range of ropes have been made using 100 per cent recycled waste plastic bottles. As quoted by Marlow: “every day more than 16 million plastic bottles end up in land fill in the UK alone, and this latest innovation from Marlow uses our engineering expertise to make an environmental difference through the development of high-quality premium ropes.”

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A new range of boots are coming from the Haix camp, such as the new Forest2 red/yellow, with a full protective rand, class 2 protection and a waterproof Gore-Tex membrane.

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There will also be offers on the clever new concept from Arbortec. You might have seen this concept at the 2018 APF show – type A, B or C base layers and a choice of 13 different skins. The idea is you purchase the base (protective layer) that best suits your working requirements, then have a choice of colours and styles. Either pro, mid-range, casual or storm. This allows you to be in hi-vis one day and a more neutral colour the next, or, for the wet days, swap to the storm for a waterproof chainsaw trouser. All are interchangeable and available in short, regular, and long lengths.

For more information on the above products and special offers across the usual range, please visit, and make sure you’re following the company on social media for the latest news and offers as they drop.

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