Outback Trading Oilskin Chaps

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Product Summary:

Outback Trading® Oilskin Lined Chaps

Completely waterproof and hardy as ever! These 8 oz. Oilskin lined chaps are lighter and more flexible than pure leather, allowing freer movement when in the saddle. Lined with warm brushed cotton. Features a sturdy front buckle set and full side zippers. Unisex (see Size Chart for measurements).  Import.


Manufacturer's Note: Oilskin cannot be put in the wash. We advise hosing off any dirt and keeping in a well ventilated area. 

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To stay dry during the winter doing chores or just riding.
Joe G on Aug 26, 2016
One of my favorite purchases from State Line!
Jan L on Aug 23, 2015
My horse is a tenderfoot and puts me into the "pucker brush" to avoid rocky places in the path when we trail ride. I have holes in all my breeches from snagging on branches and brambles, so i decided to get chaps! These sounded comfortable - I'll let you know how well they fit me.
Sarah A on Dec 3, 2015
I want to purchase these for my husband - he is 34 waist and 34 length - what size should I get?
danielle g on Dec 12, 2013
Best Answer: Hello - I would go with a size large - I wear size 12/14 jeans and the XL are slightly baggy as I did not want them to be tight and feel constrained in the saddle but I can adjust the waist and they are slightly baggy and still long enough in the saddle so works for me. They are absolutely wonderful for fall/winter rides.
Reply · Report · Cindy C on Feb 4, 2015
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my husband wears a size 34-36 pant. what size should I get him?
emerald b on Aug 28, 2015
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Several reviews say these are warm, but I am looking for something I can wear over shorts in the summer instead of wearing full-seat breeches. The website says these are lighter than leather. Would these be too warm for winter? Also, do they have more grip then just riding with pants on (or knee patch breeches) ? Thanks
Amy M on May 31, 2015
Best Answer: I live in CT. These would be very hot to wear in the summer. The only chaps that I can think of that might be OK in summer are the synthetic ultra suede show chaps that are made by Hobby Horse. They're quite expensive. As to the grip, I think the oilskin is a bit more grippy than cloth, but the fit is not so snug so you might experience some movement inside them, esp with shorts underneath. They remain great for cold weather riding though.
Reply · Report · Ann M on May 31, 2015
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Are these chaps slick or a little sticky in the saddle? Just don't want something that is going to not have any friction when riding. Thanks
Karen D on Nov 24, 2013
Best Answer: Not in my opinion. I love them. I wear them during the cold and wet weather and I love them. The only time I would say they may be a little sticky is right after I treat them with Duck Back. But that doesn't last longer than a few rides. I hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Karin H on Nov 24, 2013
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I ordered the medium size for my husband for Christmas, but he needs a Large.. His problem is he needs a 29 in length..
What do you suggest I do.. can these be altered in length?
Melinda T on Jan 4, 2016
Best Answer: There isn't any way to make them longer without adding material. I'm not sure what you would use for material. I think if they are to long, you would have to just leave them to crumple at the bottom. Not sure how you would shorten them as the zipper goes almost to the bottom. Sorry. Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Kim G on Jan 18, 2016
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