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How To Measure for Freejump Half Chaps

Freejump has made a big splash at this year’s WEF circuit (WEF 2014). ┬áThe Freejump Soft Up Pro Stirrups were sold out three separate times during the 12 week circuit. However, the Freejump Liberty XC Boots and Freejump Liberty Boots, were immensely popular among the WEF crowd. A lot of riders came in asking for Freejump specifically, anxiously hoping that we would be able to fit them in Freejump Boots and Chaps. Then, there were a few other riders that referred to the Freejump Boots as the “dragonfly” boots, attributed to the Freejump Logo.

Not only were we able to fit eveyyone, the riders were so pleased with the comfort and appearance of the boots, they walked out to ride straight. There are 16 different sizes available in the Chaps. When it comes to comfort, appearance and wear, there is only one brand of riding boots that excels: Freejump. It truly is an “advanced riding experience“, where the boots feel as comfortable as a “second skin”.┬áThat is why, our assertion of “you will not return to tall boots, once you try Freejump”, stands correct.

How To Measure for Freejump Half Chaps

To help those who are still on the fence about Freejump or were not able to get them this circuit, this blog post covers the method of how to measure for Freejump Boots and Chaps. Essentially, there are really two measurements: Height (Schema 1) and Calf (Schema 2).

The picture below shows how to measure yourself for Freejump Chaps. The instructions apply for both Liberty XC and Liberty Air Chaps.

Freejump Chaps Size Chart
2 measurements: Calf and Height of Knee

 

As you can see from the above illustration, your leg needs to be bent at a 90 degree angle (riding position) for measuring the calf. For the Height measure, bend your knee just a bit. Make sure you are wearing the breeches and socks that you normally wear for riding.

Keep in mind that the above table uses Centimeters (cm). You can measure in Inches or CM. The conversion for Inches to Conversion is a factor of 2.54.

Freejump Sizes Explained

The first letter(s) of the Freejump Size Code refers to the Calf Size fit. The last letter (either “S” for Short or “T” for Tall) optionally refers to the Height Size fit.

XXS – Extra Extra Small

XXST – Extra Extra Small Tall

XS – Extra Small

XST – Extra Small Tall

SS – Small Short

S – Small

ST – Small Tall

MS – Medium Short

MT – Medium Tall

LS – Large Short

L – Large

LT – Large Tall

XLS – Extra Large Short

XL – Extra Large

XXL – Extra Extra Large

Example

So for example, if you measured the Height to be 19 inches, it will be 48.26 cm. Assuming that your calf measures 35 cm, size M (Medium) will be a good fit for you.

If you still have questions after following this procedure or need to confirm your measurements, feel free to Contact Us. We are here to help!

Coming soon….a video guide that shows how to measure for Freejump Half Chaps.

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