These chaps were inspired by the dauntless dude whose bent to become the champion chopper and needs some chum to chase the challenge. With this man in mind, we established the essential elements for independence on the interstate with lasting latches and lustrous leather. Then we ditched the distracting details, like fringe and flashy zippers, and gave the chaps some gusto with a pebbled, two-tone texture and western yokes on the waistline. The result is a rad and rebellious garment that’ll give you control over the conditions on any drive for distance.
- Genuine full grain leather
- Buckle closure with adjustable back lacing
- Smooth lining to the knee that moves easily over layers
- Zippered leg with snaps past the knees for maximum ease of use
- Front pocket below the waistline
- Cuttable hemline for custom fit
Heritage Brown Chaps
Not only what kind of chaps to buy, but to wear chaps at all? For 6 years i didn't want chaps and the low sale price of these made it a reason to see if i'd like them. I bought them big and had them altered in length and the belt to fit properly, I had a shoe repair/leather guy do the work.
I love the warmth the chaps provide, no need for long-johns. I lose use of front pockets and that takes adjustment, believe it or not. I trust the crash protection of the leather and the simple brown leather is never trendy. I wear Milwaukee jacket, vest and chaps, but doesn't look like an ensemble outfit since each item is weather beaten to a different degree.
I always felt chaps were part of a biker look, still do, but they are a useful piece of safety and comfort equipment.