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"New" Uses For Cowboy Chaps

Cowboys have been wearing chaps for years and know that they're great for protecting their legs on the back of a horse. But Charles Schram discovered that they're great for a lot of other jobs, too, so he created a new type of chaps that aren't as cumbersome as leather ones.
  Chore Chaps are made from lightweight cotton canvas and have a poly coating inside for wind and water resistance. "Thanks to elastic straps, one size fits all," Schram says, adding that they do have smaller sizes for children.
  The company also offers water and wind resistant chaps with a pocket on each leg for gardening and fishing, orange chaps with a 2-in. wide reflective tape down each side for horse riding and orange chaps with a pocket on each leg for hunting.
  Sell for between $19.95 and $24.95 plus S&H.  
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, The Chore Chaps, 802 Tipperary Drive, Papillion, Neb. 68046 (ph 866 590-6668 or 402 504-1932; email: thechorechaps@aol.com; website: www.chorechaps.com).


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2005 - Volume #29, Issue #4