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Leather Motorcycle Chaps Not Only Protect But Look Great


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There are certain things that separate a hardcore biker from a weekend warrior that spends most of his time wearing a suit. A real biker will likely have a bike that is dirty since it is used so much more. A real biker will likely have a leather jacket and a skull cap with a few layers of dust and dirt on it, too, and they will likely own a pair of chaps for riding long distances. Chaps are the forgotten leather accessory that not only provides a great amount of comfort but they also add that perfect, authentic biker look that only a few people can really pull off. They also make riding the open road much safer than it would be otherwise. Which would you rather lose when hitting the ground at 60 miles per hour, skin or some leather? Let's take a look at some of the best selling brands and models of leather chaps so you will know what to look for when you shop for your next pair.

The good folks at Rebel Ryder have been making quality leather good affordable to the masses for decades, and not they offer a wide range of leather chaps that are perfect for the first time rider and for the experienced road hog. A good pair of chaps is soft and yielding, not stiff and uncomfortable. They should fit over a good pair of jeans easily, without bunching or causing discomfort in any way. Rebel Ryder's basic men's chaps feature double stitching and an adjustable waist buckle for maximum comfort. These top flight chaps are finished off with four snap cuffs for easy put on and removal.

If you want to crank up the style and the class, Diamond Plate has a pair of chaps for you, Made from classic buffalo pebble grain patched leather, these chaps are perfect for riding in the hot sun or in the rain. These Italian Stone design leather chaps are a one of a kind addition to any motorcycle gear collection and once you feel them on the open road, you won't ever get on a bike without them ever again. They are trimmed with silver colored hardware and feature double stitched stress points so you know that your leather investment will last long into the future. You also know that with the Diamond Plate name, you won't have to worry about them failing when you need them most.

If you're looking for that pair of chaps with that personal touch, Rebel Ryder makes a perfect pair of chaps for both men and women that feature braids around the waist and down the side of each leg for that extra touch of class. Rebel Ryder also makes a distinctive leather jacket that matches the same style of these fantastic chaps.

Chaps may be a forgotten accessory, but it only takes one spill to remember them forever. Don't let that reminder happen to you, get your chaps today.

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