SHIRTS -KNITWEAR -TEES – OUTERWEAR
SIZE CHEST NECK SLEEVE LENGTH
S 36″ – 38″ 14″- 14 1/2″ 33″
M 38″ – 40″ 15″- 15 1/2″ 34″
L 40″ – 42″ 16″ – 16 1/2″ 35″
XL 42″- 44″ 17″ – 17 1/2″ 36″
XXL 44″ – 46″ 18″ – 18 1/2″ 37″
Chest (A) – place one of your shirts, sweaters or tees flat on a table and measure armhole seam (A) to armhole seam. Double that number and that is your chest size.
Body length (B) – measure from shoulder seam
Sleeve length (C) – place one of your shirts or sweaters face down. Place the tape in the middle of the neck seam (C) – draw the tape across the top of the shoulder down to the end of the shirt or sweater cuff. That is your approximate sleeve size. All cotton shirts have a shrinkage of at least 1/4″ to 1/2″ so allow for that as well.
Neck – wrap tape around neck where the top of your collar normally sits (below Adam’s apple) with 1 finger under the tape (allow room) – that is your neck size.
To determine your belt size, take the belt you currently own and measure from where the leather folds around the buckle to the hole you use to close the belt. You should be able to tell from moderate wear around that hole. This measurement is the size you should order.
Yes, it does feel a bit silly or like being back at school but it’ll be worth it we promise. Stand with one foot flat on a piece of paper and then maybe ask a friend to rest a pencil or pen straight down against your heel and mark the paper. Then mark the paper at the end of your very longest toe. Now measure the distance in between these two points in inches and make a note of it.
Repeat this process for your other foot. If one foot is slightly larger than the other, use the larger one as your overall foot size.
And shop away!