Cowboy Chaps

Cowboy Chaps
Cowboy Chaps

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Batwing Chap The batwing chap is a full length pleasure or work chap which normally secures to the upper leg with buckles and straps. It is an "open" design which allows air circulation. This chap offers full length protection from trees, brush, and other elements.
Chink Chap The chink is a 3/4 length pleasure or work chap which normally secures to the upper leg with buckles and straps. It is an "open" design which allows the best circulation of air. It is the most versatile chap and offers good upper leg protection from trees, brush, and other elements while offering less restriction to movement.
Cutting Chap The cutting chap is a full length chap which normally secures to the upper leg with buckles and straps. It is very similar to a batwing chap except that it has a "dropped heal" which is designed to cover the rider's boot heel and spurs. This allows the rider to "cue" the horse with spur or heel movements without those "cues" being seen by spectators or judges.
Rodeo Chap The rodeo chap is a standard item in the "roughstock" events of rodeo. It is a specially cut batwing chap that is designed to "flap" to accentuate the movements of the rider and make the riders movements look more dramatic to the spectators and judges.
Shotgun Chap The shotgun chap is a full length pleasure or work chap with a zipper closure. It offers the most protection from the elements but is also the most restrictive and has the least air circulation because of it's "closed leg" design.
Show Chap The "show chap" or "equestrian chap" is a full length chap with a zipper closure. It is very similar to the shotgun chap with the exception that it is made with a "dropped heal" like the cutting chap to conceal the riders spurs and heal. WesternSaddle.com the place to get the gifts you need no matter what the occasion.