These are GREAT better and easier than regular chaps putting on storing great wear great fit great. I hope you get these back in stock we have a lot of buddies that want some. THANKS
Motorcycle Leather Chap Leggings
List Price: $149.99
Sale Price: $69.95
You save: $ 80 (53 %)
Motorcycle Leather Chap Leggings.
Material: Buffalo Leather
Liner: Fixed Polyester
YKK Zippers: Yes
- Uniex Legging
- 1.2mm Premium Top Grain Leather
- Mesh Quilted lining for hot weather
- Snap boot cuffs for easy wear ability
- Zipper Buffer prevents liner from catching zipper
- Unfinished Bottom for altering to correct size
HOW TO DETERMINE SIZE. Please measure the thickest part of your thigh (circumference around your thigh at the thickest part) using a cloth tape measure. Be sure to take this measurement with your jeans ON.
|Size||Thigh Measurement (in.)|
Most Helpful Reviews :
You used to carry 2 different kinds of these both great the discontinued pair were my favorite shiny leather and a little cheaper both are much easier to wear than regular chaps love the no belt.
These LC304 chaps leggings are made of 1.2mm top grain buffalo leather. This material is ever so slightly stiffer than cowhide when it's new, but breaks in nicely and is an amazing value. The sizing chart is very accurate and promotes a snug fit. If you like your pants a little more relaxed in their fit, you may want to order one size larger than your thigh measurement calls for. Also, remember to measure your thigh with your pants on to make sure your chaps aren't too snug. I'm sure you can tell right away that these are not your everyday pair of riding chaps. Leggings are very similar to chaps, except they don't use a belt of their own to hold them up. They have these adjustable elephant ears that loop around your pants belt and snap down. This setup is nice because you don't have an additional belt to mess with with, although some riders with very small backsides may find that the extra weight tries to pull your pants down when you're off the bike. They can also be somewhat confusing as the legs are rarely marked as left or right. The easiest way to tell the difference is by looking at the flaps at the cuffs. You want the flap to direct cold air over and away from the seam. If you have the leggings on the wrong legs, the flap will direct the air into the garment. The main closure features a heavy duty zipper but does not have a cover flap so these are best used in dryer weather. The cuffs at the bottom are unfinished so that they can be trimmed to the best length and each leg is lined with a fixed polyester liner that promotes mobility even if the leggings get wet or sweaty.