I have no idea buddy. I don't plan on ever trying them out. I'll look for some heavy leather boots too.Yeah they are good, atleast for chainsaw, but not so sure about axe cut, not willing to try either. The mechanism of injury is completely different, so even if fabric tangles to a chain, will it stop a straight blade cut?
Pah - ever watched someone carve with a chainsaw?The most important rules when cutting with it are that you never, NEVER try and saw with the round tip of the blade and that your feet are never on the same side of the tree trunk than the blade is.
Yeah I have, guys carve bears etc. over here.Pah - ever watched someone carve with a chainsaw?
I used to construct post and rail fences, cutting a square hole through the posts with chainsaw.
I'm off the foot for 6 weeks buddy due to the smashed bones so no danger of it being used and opening up.It's a bit late now but there's a good tutorial on using axes by Ray Whatshisname on U-tube.
Take it easy on that foot for a couple of weeks. You don't want a wound like that splitting open again.
Whatever the doc's tell you, do it mate. When it eventually comes to exercises, follow those to the letter too. You'll be right.I'm off the foot for 6 weeks buddy due to the smashed bones so no danger of it being used and opening up.
Good news, best of luck with the physio.Quick update, went for my 6 week xray today and all the bones are knitting nicely so no need for surgical intervention. 3 more weeks in a cast then its off and I start physio. Can't wait, had a purple cast put on to celebrate.