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Women’s Leather Full Chaps

$350.00

Lissa Hill Leather Half Chaps for women are designed to emphasize your feminine curves; they will make your ass look amazing!

  • Fully lined in a knit that moves with you and gives with the leather
  • Long length when standing so your legs and ankles are protected when sitting on your bike
  • Legs cut higher to make your ass look great!
  • Deep outer flap over the zipper protects it from road grime with snaps securing the flap from the wind and protecting your bike from the zipper
  • Wide belt in the back for comfort when sitting on your bike, with removable buckle
  • Black cow hide with chrome zippers and black snaps
  • Waistband width can be customized for your body type and riding comfort
Scroll down for important sizing and measurement info. Upon placement of your full chaps order, Lissa Hill will contact you to confirm sizing and assist with fitment considerations (such as narrow or straight leg).
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Sizing Chart for Lissa Hill Full Chaps

Size Waist Thigh Regular Long
XS 27.5″-32″ 20″ 42″ 45″
S 30″-35″ 21″ 42″ 45″
M 33″-39″ 22″-23″ 42″ 45″
L 36″-42″ 24″-25″ 42″ 45″
XL 39″-45″ 26″ 43″ 46″
2XL 42″-48″ 27″ 43″ 46″
3XL 45″-51″ 28″ 43″ 46″

Measuring Your Waist For Chaps

Your waist measurement is typically your jean's waist size with 2 inches added. This provides enough room for your chaps to fit over your jeans and possibly a belt.

Measuring Your Thighs For Chaps

With your jeans on measure around the thickest part of your thigh while sitting for chaps.

Measuring Your Outseam For Chap Length

With your riding boots and jeans on measure from the top of your belt to the floor along the outside of your leg.
Chaps should be longer than your jeans and cover your ankle when sitting on your bike and just off the ground when standing. We trim chaps to the correct length when we fit people in our studio, however you may do the same yourself or take your chaps to a local tailor or leather worker.

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