High Quality Adult Leather Horse Riding Half Chaps in Brown Color Half Chaps Men Genuine Leather Chaps for Men

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Description


Custom Made Leather Chaps


 


Chaps are intended to protect the legs of cowboys from contact with daily environmental hazards seen in working with cattle, horses and other livestock. They help to protect riders'legs from scraping on brush, injury from thorns of cacti, sagebrush, mesquite and other thorny vegetation. Chaps are sturdy coverings for the legs consisting of leggings and a belt. They are buckled on over trousers with the chaps' integrated belt, but unlike trousers they have no seat (the term "assess chaps" is a tautology) and are not joined at the crotch. They are designed to provide protection for the legs and are usually made of leather or a leather-like material. Their name is a shortened version of the Spanish word chaparralsChaparrals were named after the chaparral (thick, thorny, low brush) from which they were designed to protect the legs while riding on horseback. Like much of western horse culture, the origin of chaparrals was in the part of New Spain that later became Mexico, and has been assimilated into cowboy culture of the American west. They are a protective garment to be used when riding a horse through brushy terrain. In the modern world, they are worn for both practical work purposes and for exhibition or show use. Chaps have also been adopted for use on motorcycles, particularly by cruiser-style motorcycle riders.



Fitting



Chaps are usually worn over denim jeans or other trousers of heavy material. They have their own belt, and usually are fitted around the hips, resting below the belt loops of the trousers. Except for chinks and amrita’s, which are designed to fit above the boot, most chaps are long, fitting over the boot and draping slightly over the vamp of the boot (see shoe). Some designs are cut to hang long at the heel and nearly cover the entire boot except for the toe. Batwings, chinks, and shotgun chaps fit firmly but comfortably around the thigh, with shotguns continuing to fit closely all the way down the calf, though not so snug as to limit free knee movement. The shotgun design is a bit flared at the ankle to allow for the rider's boot. Batwings and chinks are not attached around the leg below the knee.


Batwing chaps are cut wide with a flare at the bottom. Generally made of smooth leather, they have only two or three fasteners around the thigh, thus allowing great freedom of movement for the lower leg. This is helpful when riding very actively, and makes it easier to mount the horse. This design also provides more air circulation and is thus somewhat cooler for hot-weather wear. Batwing chaps are often seen on rodeo contestants, particularly those who ride bucking stock. They are also seen on working ranches, particularly in Texas. They were a later design, developed after the end of the open range. Although by definition the chaps that rodeo contestants wear are considered batwing chaps, contestants do not refer to them as batwings. They are simply called rodeo chaps. There are a few differences in design between working ranch batwing chaps and rodeo chaps. Rodeo chaps are usually more colorful and decorated, whereas ranch cowboys need toughness over style. Rodeo chaps have long flowing fringe which can be the same or a different color as the main body. Ranch chaps may be customized with a brand or initials and some floral tooling, but never have fringed.


Chinks are half-length chaps that stop two to four inches (5 to 10 cm) below the knee, with very long fringe at the bottom and along the sides. They are usually fringed along the outside edge and bottom, making their apparent length appear about 4 inches (10 cm) longer. The leg shape is cut somewhere between batwings and shotguns, and each leg usually has only two fasteners, high on the thigh. They are cooler to wear and hence a design that is suitable for very warm climates. They are occasionally called "half-chaps" (not to be confused with gaiters-style half chaps described below). The original etymon may have been chincaderos or chigaderos. and may have originally referred to amrita’s Chinks are most often seen on cowboys in the Southwestern and Pacific states, most notably on those who follow the California vaquero or "buckaroo" tradition. Armitas are an early style of chaps, developed by the Spanish in colonial Mexico and became associated with the "buckaroos" or vaqueros of the Great Basin area of what is now the United States. They are a short legging with completely closed legs that have to be put on in a manner similar to pants. They are sometimes a bit longer than chinks, but still stopping above the top of the boot, fringed on the sides.


Zamora’s somewhat resemble batwing chaps, in that the leggings are closely fitted at the thigh and flare out below the knee, but unlike batwings, the leggings extend far below the boot with a distinctive triangular flare. Zamora’s are commonly made of cowhide, either plain tanned leather or hides with the hair on. They are popular with Paso Fine aficionados, and are derived from styles seen in Colombia. Historically, the word Zamora’s simply referred to a basic shotgun-like style of either smooth or hair-on chaps worn by Colombian riders.


Uses


Chaps are intended to protect the legs of cowboys from contact with daily environmental hazards seen in working with cattlehorses and other livestock. They help to protect riders' legs from scraping on brush, injury from thorns of cactisagebrushmesquite and other thorny vegetation. Chaps are also useful for other types of riding. Leather chaps stick to a leather saddle or a bareback horse better than do fabric trousers and thus help the rider stay on. They are worn by rodeo competitors in "rough stock" events, including bull ridingsaddle bronc and bareback riding. Riders in other disciplines, including various styles of English riding, sometimes wear chaps while schooling horses.


Chaps are commonly worn by western riders at horse shows, where contestants are required to adhere to traditional forms of clothing, albeit with more decorative touches than seen in working designs. Currently chaps are also worn as a fashion choice for equestrian training and clinics. Chaps may now include contrast seams, elastic for better fit and crystal detailing. Chaps are often required by show rules and even when optional under the rules are often worn to give a "finished" look to an outfit. Fashions change periodically and styles vary between the assorted sub-disciplines within western-style riding.



Half Chaps


Half chaps, also known as chapattis, are a popular style of equestrian gaiters that extend from the ankle to just below the knee. When worn over a short paddock boot they give the protection and some of the appearance of a tall riding boot, but at lower cost. They are widely worn by children in horse shows and by trail riders. Half chaps usually are made of leather, and have a zipper or hook and loop closure on the outside. They provide grip for the rider, and protection from sweat and the stirrup leather. They are commonly used over the paddock boots of English-style riders in place of tall boots. While not true chaps, some Western-style riders use half chaps, particularly in hot weather, but gaiter-style half chaps are not traditional cowboy gear.


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Packaging & Shipping


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Shipping Policy & Procedures


 


1. Due to strong and effective Supply Chain Management (SCM) we are able to deliver the products within 3 to 5 working days
2. Free Shipping for Domestic
3. Customized & tailor made products may take 5 to 7 working days
4. For the sake of Faster Delivery we used top rated courier (DHL, FEDEX). In order to let you inform about the positions of your products we provide a tracking number after the goods shipped
5. According to the long distance of different countries postage time may varies. Standard Postage time is 7 to 9 working days to worldwide
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7. In case of In-correct addresses all the additional and lost charges will be charged to the customer
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Our Services


 


1. 3 safety stitches







2. Injection molded PU knuckle protection.
3. Synthetic suede palm. 
4. TPR (thermoplastic rubber) detailing and printed logos.
5. Full Grain leather construction. 
6. All the equipments and material of the Gloves is 100% A+++
7. We delivered 100% Satisfaction and Value.


 





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1. There is up to 20% shipping Discount on combine shipping (only Buy it Now value)
2. There is also room for combine shipping discount for “Auction Format” items
3. We also offer up to 15% discount for buying more than 1 product at the same time on only “Buy it now” value.
4. For the sake of safety of products we offer Free safety packing.
5. We also surprise to our most valuable customers by presenting sudden precious gifts.


 



 


 


 


 



Company Information


 


About FLASH GEAR


 


RAZA INTERNATIONAL (Group of Companies) are manufacturing and serving the leather Motorbike Wear, Fashion Wear, Sports Wear , Sports Goods, Motorbike & Sports Accessories, Leather and Textile Garments from a couple of decades.

Now RAZA had introduced  as “ Flash Gear ” for serve the world in most desirable & warranted ways that is exactly what the world deserves.

We started with the head office in UAE, now we have expanded our distribution centre across the national boundaries incorporated GERMANY, UK & USA.

Flash Gear  is owned and execute by highly competent entrepreneurs who fascinated for exploring their innovative ideas in the real and practical form by integrating the modern technology with the new ideas and participation of diverse expertise thus surprising and pleasing the customers by successfully exceeding the needs and wants of the customers.

 






FAQ


 


Flash Gear FAQs


 


Q What grades/thickness of leather is best for motorbike jackets or suit? 
A. According to tests and search of Flash Gear, bovine leather will tend to last longer than sheep or goat leather of the same thickness. Bovine leather that is around 1.2 - 1.4 mm can give between 6 and 12 seconds of abrasion fighting which is sufficient. On the other hand it all depends on how the leather has been treated. Two samples of equal thickness bovine suede lasted 0.8 and 8.0 seconds correspondingly. The only way to be sure is to test the actual sample that is why the testing systems are so useful for riders.


 


 


Q. How can I clean oil and gnat marks on leather garments?


 


Oil and gnat marks must be removed or clean as soon as possible: the longer they remain the harder it is to remove them. To clean bug marks just wipe up them away with a soft wet cloth and neutral soap. It is best to swiftly remove any organic spots left by insects (e.g. gnats, mosquitoes etc.), since the fluids they include are quite aggressive on the leather. Any oil or grease should be wash immediately with a soft damp cloth, clean with gentle circular engagements, avoiding to unduly roughness the soiled area. Dry the garment away from heat sources and in a well-ventilated place, it is best to use a clothes hanger to prevent the garment from creasing or taking on shapes that are difficult to abolish.


 


Q. Can Flash Gear leather garments be customized?


 


Yes, several models from the current collection can be customized in terms of design and/or comfort. As concerns aesthetics, you can choose colors combinations and wording.


As regards comfort, Flash Gear now offer an online made-to-measure service which means you can have perfectly fitting leather garments just like any World Championship rider.


The service is available at this Flash Gear site.


The main areas that can be altered are the: neck, chest, biceps, forearms, wrists, waist, hips, thighs, knees, calves and ankles.


You can find a list of models that can be personalized and the colors combinations available at authorized Flash Gear retailers or web sites.


 


  




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