Reviewed by Devan the hunter from Georgia on Monday, July 28, 2014
The shipping time was second to none, sierra trading post is the best! I have been looking for snake chaps at an affordable price and had to look no further as sierra trading post beat any price out there. These chaps wear great, I have wore the 2 wknds straight now at our hunting club and I dont even realize I have them on. Great product! Thanks
Reviewed by Ponyba from CA on Sunday, May 11, 2014
These are very stiff. Haven't worn them outside yet. I ordered the color of the one with the picture with the buckle straps, yet I was sent one (same color ordered) with the snaps instead. I would think the straps would be better to adjust to fit/comfort. I got the short inseam, and it is fine with my 28" inseam.
Reviewed by W.D.G. from Kentucky on Wednesday, May 07, 2014
good product.Had a pair for years and had to replace zippers once.wouldn't of had to bought a new pair but i would lone them out to people and someone never brought them back.I run beagles and i like the protection walking thru briars and knowing i have protection with snakes.real good product.
Reviewed by neckylooksha from massachusetts on Monday, April 07, 2014
Liked the material and attachment mechanism to belt but length was way off for me. I am female 5'6 with 29 inch inseam so I ordered the short----way too short and bottom cuff was way to wide. Maybe it is because I wear pants at my waistline but I could have easily used the long length. Sent them back but liked the quality but not the fit.
We only have the size large available in item 2340X. The shipping rate is based on the cost of your order. You can view our shipping rates here: http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/ShippingRates.html
Answered on 3/1/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
The inside fabric length is about 28". The outside fabric length is about 36". The length to where the strap snaps onto the belt is controlled by which snap you use. If you have a longer inseam, you can gain a few inches by using the top snap. Hope that makes sense.
Answered on 2/18/2010 12:00:00 AM by Salmonoid from Lancaster, PA