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The CadetNo Need to Buy New Boots, Just Some Hi-Style Half Chaps

Call them half chaps, boot guards, whatever you’d like, but to preserve boots from the brutal wear and tear of riding, cowboys and equestrians have been wearing them for years. They actually date back all the way to 12th century Spain when the earliest of the vaqueros worn them religiously.

Functional, of course, but must-have fashion accessory? Indeed. For men and women alike, take a pair of your favorite boots, half boots, hiking and tall, and imagine reinventing these faves with a whole new look through stylish half chaps that can be interchanged as often as you like – color, fringe, sterling conchos - a whole new look is as easy as strapping them on.

D3 Riffs Half Chaps      d3 Riffs Half Chaps

Half chaps are nothing new and several companies produce very functional basic versions for the working riders. But there’s a whole new world of designer half-chaps just waiting to transform your look. One such visionary designer is Tamara, founder of D3Riffs designer half chaps. An artist and boot-lover at heart, she has created a line of drop-dead gorgeous custom half chaps for every occasion. These will take you effortlessly from your ride to your dinner date and turn heads doing so. The leather is the finest available, the tooling is custom, the embellishments are custom as well. Each half-chap is custom fitted to be perfect.

Guys and gals, take a look at these photos to see where your old boots can aspire to go now.

—Jayne Skeff

 


 


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