Adult Chinks

A cowboy’s chinks are similar to chaps. Both are leather leg coverings worn by horseback riders – typically cowboys and cowgirls – as protection against weather, timber, brush, kicks, rope burns, and other hazards. Both chinks and chaps are buckled around the waist, and are open in the back so a rider’s seat is not covered. While chaps run the full length of the cowboy or cowgirl’s legs chinks are shorter, reaching below the knee but ending before the bottom of the leg.

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