Ordering Custom Chaps

There are many different options to make your pair of Custom Joey Jemison Chaps unique to you. Choose the color, belt, tooling pattern, stripe, pocket(s), concho(s) and other details. Have your measurements taken to ensure a perfect fit.

Below are examples of some options available. Also check out our Custom Chaps Page for ideas. Give us a call or email with any questions or to place an order  940.682.4783  jjcustomleather89@gmail.com


Belt options

Concho Belt

Scalloped Belt

Tooling patterns

Basket Stamped

Floral

Double Weave

                              Double Cross 

Oak Leaf

BACK AND FRONT BELTS

Tooled Back Belt with Front Buckle

Back Buckle with Tie String Front

Back Belt: Can be tooled to match the belt and buckle in the front. If you prefer the buckle on the back of the chaps we use a 1" strap for the back belt and tie string in the front or buckle front.

Pockets

Your choice of no pockets, one pocket or two pockets.

Conchos

Conchos all the way down the stripe.

Ten conchos.

Singel concho on the belt.

Stripe

No stripe.

Rough out stripe.

Slick out stripe.

Fringe

Fringe options are single fringe or double fringe. Single fringe is cut from the same leather used to make the chaps with. Double fringe is a second layer of fringe sewn in behind the top fringe. Sometimes it is reversed to the slick side out to give a little contrast.

Single Fringe


HOW TO MEASURE FOR CHAPS

1. Waist: Measure around were the top of chaps will be worn, usually right below the actual waist. 2. Outseam: Measure from right below the waist to the floor. 3. Inseam: Measure from high into the crotch to the floor. When in doubt, measure long. 4. Thigh: Measure biggest part of thigh. 5. Middle Thigh: Measure around leg at point halfway between thigh and knee.  6. Lower Thigh: Measure right above the knee cap. 7. Calf: Measure biggest part below knee, usually above top of boot.

1. Waist: Measure around were the top of chaps will be worn, usually right below the actual waist.

2. Outseam: Measure from right below the waist to the floor.

3. Inseam: Measure from high into the crotch to the floor. When in doubt, measure long.

4. Thigh: Measure biggest part of thigh.

5. Middle Thigh: Measure around leg at point halfway between thigh and knee. 

6. Lower Thigh: Measure right above the knee cap.

7. Calf: Measure biggest part below knee, usually above top of boot.


TO PLACE AN ORDER

CALL OR EMAIL

940•682•4783

JJCUSTOMLEATHER89@GMAIL.COM