Size Chart

Body Measurement Points


1. Measure a similar garment that fits you well
2. Measure garment laying flat (not circumference)
3. NOTE: Construction Tolerance is  ± 0.5 in. (1.27 cm) 


Waistband: Pull front and back waistbands parallel. Pull the fabric taught and measure from end to end. 

Front Rise: Start at the crotch seam and measure straight up to the top of the front waistband.

Hip: Measure straight across the front of the trousers at the base of the fly placket.

Thigh: Start 1" down from the crotch seam. Then measure straight across the pant while keeping the fabric and tape measure taught. 

Knee: Start at the end of the crotch seam and measure 13" down the inseam. At 13" down the inseam, measure straight out across the pant leg.

Inseam: Lay the pants out flat. Start your measurement at the crotch seam and follow the inseam all the way down to the bottom of the hem.

Leg Opening: Measure straight across the hem, making sure the fabric is flat. 



Chest: Lay the garment flat and smooth out any wrinkles. Start your measurement just below the armpit seam and measure straight across to the end of the fabric. 

Shoulder: With the back facing up, smooth out the fabric. Start your measurement at the top of one shoulder seam and measure straight across to the other seam.

Sleeve Length: Pull out a sleeve and lay it flat. Measure from the shoulder seam to the end of the sleeve. If there is no seam (as on a raglan sleeve), do your best to estimate the edge of the shoulder.

Body Length: Lay the garment flat with the backside facing you. Measure straight down from the highest point of the shoulder (usually where the collar meets the body) to the bottom of the hem.

Hem or Bottom Opening: With the shirt laid flat and wrinkles smoothed out, measure across the bottom of the shirt from end to end.