Half Chaps

Half Chaps

Equestrian Half Chaps 

Our equestrian half chaps are designed for horse back riding.  We have multiple styles and colors to choose from and the feedback from customers has always been suede is best for gripping the horse as others may prefer a different style with a leather top grain finish. We've had customers that have owned pairs for over 20 years and are finally coming around to grabbing another pair before they are all gone. Start with our sizing chart below to find the perfect pair of half chaps

Velcro Closure Half Chaps
Constructed from the finest quality top grain leather with four Velcro closures for a perfect fit. Elastic instep and full grain top belt with Velcro cinch eliminate slipping. Extra calf protection is provided by a full size leather wear patch sewn onto every half chap. 
Available in TOP GRAIN: Black, Brown, Burgundy, Chocolate, Dark Brown, Chestnut, Grey, Hazelnut, Java Brown, Tan & Walnut. Tall cut also available. 
SUEDE: Black, Brown, Burgundy, Grey, Hunter, Navy, Purple, Rust, Sand, Taupe, & Toast.

Ribbed Elastic Half Chaps 
Cut from smooth full grain leather, these attractive half chaps provide outstanding durability and grip. The ribbed leather/ elastic panel forms around the calf for a snug, perfect fit. Extra calf protection is provided by a full size leather wear patch sewn onto every half chap. A rugged nylon YKK® zipper at the top belt zips downward for an easy, hassle-free motion. The top belt with Velcro cinch and bottom Velcro closure prevent half chap from slipping.
Available in TOP GRAIN: Brown, Black & Burgundy. Tall cut also available. SUEDE:  Black and Brown.

Measuring Tips for a Perfect Fit!

  • Take measurements based on what you wear underneath your chaps. For example if you wear jeans, spandex, etc. take measurements with them on. When measuring make sure the tape is not too loose and not pulled too tight.
  • Calf Measurement - measure around the thickest part of your calf. Remember to measure over your clothes (jeans, spandex, etc.)
  • Inseam Measurement - measure from ball of ankle to just below the bend of your knee.