Willie G chaps
Willie G chaps, or leather trousers, are collectible items of motorcycle apparel created by the chief styling officer at Harley-Davidson, William G Davidson, commonly known as Willie G.
The leather chaps are designed to be worn by motorcyclists to cover their bottom half.
They are made in limited-production batches, making them highly prized among Harley-Davidson enthusiasts and collectors.
They commonly feature braiding along the side of the legs, as well as Harley Davidson and Willie G emblems.
William G Davidson, the grandson of Harley-Davidson's co-founder, William A Davidson, joined the firm's design department in 1963.
He has designed several motorcycles, including the Super Glide and Low Rider, and is currently the company's chief styling officer.
How much are Willie G chaps worth?
Willie G chaps are limited edition items, a fact that has boosted their price at internet auction sites.
Willie G chaps can change hands for between $120 and $320 depending on condition.
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