Buckskin has got to be one of the most popular colors for Chaps- goes with everything. The natural, basic beauty of leather stands out in these, and is exemplified by the Flowered/ Basket weave design on the medium brown Yolk. The closure in the back is Flowered and employs an adjustable lace belt instead of a buckle. This is more of an original western design. Unique in it’s ability to protect and look great, natural leather is impossible to beat. Nothing smells like the real thing- that is truly one of the great attributes of real leather. Whether you are a working cowboy, or a weekend trail rider, you will appreciate how chaps help you stay in the saddle, and protect your jeans. What a great gift idea for you or the horseman in your life!
Chinks (from the name “Chinkaderos”)- sometimes referred to as a half-chap- stops three or four inches below the knee and typically has four to six inches of fringe. It is cooler, and therefore desirable in warmer climates, or during the summer months. With fringes, and the looser fit, it is popular with the rodeo cowboys and adds to the spectacle of the cowboy on a bucking bronc!