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TurtleSkin SnakeArmor Below-the-Knee Protection Snake Chaps

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TurtleSkin SnakeArmor Below-the-Knee Protection Snake Chaps

Product description

TurtleSkin SnakeArmor Below the Knee Protection Snake Chaps are made with a water resistant and breathable soft outer shell. The lightweight protective TurtleSkin SnakeArmor woven material covers a full 16 inches from your ankle up to your knee. They are the lightest and softest snake chaps on the market — flexible and comfortable enough for everyday use. These chaps offer excellent protection against rattlesnakes, copperheads, and cottonmouths— any deadly viper; they also hold up against heavy brush, briars and thorns. Made in USA. Ideal for both men and women who hunt, hike, treasure hunt, landscape, cut timber— anything you do in snake country. See size chart.

When determining your build for Snake Chaps (Husky or Regular), measure your thigh circumference. Be sure sure to give yourself 2-3” of extra room so the Chaps don’t fit too tight and you have some mobility. When selecting your inseam length (short, regular, tall) the manufacturer typically recommends you go with an inseam that falls 1-2” shorter than what you normally wear for a pants inseam. See size chart.

TurtleSkin SnakeArmor's patented technology features the tightest weave ever achieved with high-strength fibers. U.S. Patents 5,565,264 and 5,837,623 as well as other patents pending. One year manufacturer's warranty.

TurtleSkin SnakeArmor Below-the-Knee Protection Snake Chaps

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