Origin of chapsshortened from chaparejos
leather trousers without a seat, worn over ordinary trousers by cowboys to protect their legs
Origin of chapssee chap
Leg coverings of leather or another durable material, worn usually over trousers, as by ranch hands or loggers, to protect the legs while working.
Origin of chapsShort for American Spanish chaparreras from Spanish chaparro chaparral ; see chaparral .
- plural form of chap
- third-person singular simple present indicative form of chap
Short for American Spanish chaparreras.
- Their work was exemplary on several occasions, so I said "Come on chaps. Let's go to Paris for the weekend."
- You will need: gloves with a good grip, safety glasses, a hard hat, chaps or leggings that can resist scratches, ear protection (plugs or muffs), and steel toe shoes.
- Sexy Depot - Bustiers, corsets, chaps, patent leather lingerie, body suits, costumes, gloves, garter belts…you name it, Sexy Depot more than likely has got it.
- This is where you can get coats for dressage, including shadbelly, classic jodhpurs, ratcatchers, chaps and classic riding boots designed for wider calves.
- Wear your tee with jeans, a vest or leather chaps - they're a great casual wear item for lounging, hanging out, running errands and especially, riding.