- Made In USA With USA Material
- Wick Outdoor Works Material Is Back
- Special Made Nylon
- Briar Proof
- Lifetime Warranty Zipper
- Comfortable And Flexible
- Top Seller
Stone Creek chaps are definitely a hunter's choice. This 420 nylon chap is made out of the same material that Wick Outdoor Works used in their clothing that we all wore and loved. This material has the utmost durability that will repel all briars. The specially made nylon is tightly woven nylon which will repel the worst of the worst briars, allowing you to slip right through the thickest briars around. There is an inner lightweight waterproof liner that will keep you dry on all your hunting encounters. The zippers are extra long, so it is easy getting on and off while wearing boots. The zipper is on the outside of the leg, so it does not rubbing against you while you walk or ride. There is a nylon flap over the zippers keeping mud from clogging the zipper. On the hot summer days and nights, you can partially unzip the zippers for ventilation. Zippers have a lifetime warranty. Stone Creek chaps are sewn with nylon thread and are doubled stitched for extra strength. There is an adjustable quick clip nylon strap on the top of the chap to fasten the chap to your belt or belt loop.
Compare Stone Creek's clothing quality and workmanship with the rest, and you decide who is the best. SIZING INFO: Length- Chaps are worn 2 to 3 inches shorter than the length of your pants. You do not want them to be to long and dragging on the ground. If you wear 30 length pants, we recommend a 28 inch chap length. Thigh thickness- determine by measuring your largest part of your thigh over a pair of jeans and adding 2 to 3 inches to the measurement. You do not want them to loose, but you also do not want them to tight if you crouch down. If your leg measures a 27 or 28, we recommend a large size.
Hunters Choice Chaps
Measure highest/largest part of thigh and add 2-3 inches Size Inches Slim 25 Medium 27 Large 30 X-Large 33 Inseam is determined by measuring from your crotch to ball of your ankle. If odd number go to smaller even number 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34