Mini Chaps

Ego7 Lyra

EGO7 Lyra half chaps, comfort and modern design combined. EGO7 half chaps are crafted of smooth, highest quality leather with E-tex panel and double-elastic gusset along the rear zipper for extreme wear-resistance. The full-length elastic band eases fitting and stretches when needed while riding and enhances ventilation and breathability. The front elastic design is a smart solution to provide additional freedom of movement the extra-strong foot guard ensure the snug fit and flexibility. The Italian design follows the elegant calf silhouette for a comfortable and seductive skin-tight result.


EGO7 Lyra mini-chaps are available in various sizes, depending on your leg conformation, choose among the wide choice of different sizes. For a sharp, elegant style pair the chaps with EGO7 short boots Taurus or Lybra, find your perfect match! Italian design, innovative materials combined with functional solutions and style, EGO7 Lyra mini chaps are your ultimate equestrian equipment!

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LYRA is a compact but prominent constellation, it contains Vega, a bright star that dominates the summer skies and represents the lyre, the musical instrument, Mythologically owned by Orpheus, able to charm all living things with his music. Every creature was enchanted by Orpheus, when Orpheus died Zeus sent an eagle to get the lyre and placed both of them in the sky. In Japan, Vega is also called Tanabata, a celestial princess. The story tells that she falls in love with a mortal, Kengyu, who eventually is placed in the sky with her. The gods jealous of their love decide to separate them. The Celestial River, or the Milky Way keep them apart but each year, on the 7th night of the 7th moon (late july, beginning of August), a bridge of magpies forms across the Celestial River, and the two lovers are reunited. However, the annual trip is treacherous and sometimes the two lovers cannot meet. The princess cries in despair, shedding tears that turns into a meteor shower, those shooting stars making our wish come true.