Examples from the Web for leggin
On killing the second enemy he paints his left leg (that is, the leggin) of a reddish-brown.
See the goney, how his pencil is a leggin' it off, for dear life.The Attache|Thomas Chandler Haliburton
The leggin is a buckskin or cloth covering for the leg and thigh, as of the pantaloon.
They're only goin' to stretch you over the log and tan you eight or ten times with the leggin's.Rolling Stones|O. Henry
But what the—— Meanwhile I was leggin' it down towards the village.The House of Torchy|Sewell Ford
Word Origin and History for leggin
"extra outer covering to protect the leg," 1763, from leg (n.). Related: Leggings.