Measurement Guide

To get the right size when shopping online, measure carefully and correctly. It's best to take your measurements wearing a light t-shirt or undergarment, but not a bulky sweatshirt or coat. As you measure, make sure the tape stays level and is not wrapped too tight. We recommend using a cloth measuring tape, but you can also use a ruler and a piece of string if needed. Make sure to write down your measurements and update them every time you are looking for garments.


The perfect fit starts with getting proper body measurements. These measurement guidelines for women will help you determine what size to look for in coats, jackets, tops, and pants.

Sizing can vary between products. After following these steps, make sure you check the size guide for each individual product to ensure the best fit.

measurement-women

Bust

Measure around the chest at the fullest point of your bust, keeping the tape parallel to the floor.

Waist

Measure around your natural waistline. This is typically located about an inch above the belly button and should be the narrowest part of your torso.

Sleeve Length

With your arm relaxed at your side and slightly bent, start at the center back of your neck and run the tape over the shoulder and down the outside of your arm, ending at the wrist. Sleeve length is always in whole numbers, so round up if necessary.

Hips

Standing with your feet together, measure around the fullest point of your seat. It can be helpful to do this in front of a mirror so you can make sure the tape is level across your backside.

Inseam

This is the distance from the uppermost part of your inner thigh to the bottom of your ankle. The quickest way to measure is with similar pants that fit you well. Lay them flat, with the front and back creased smooth. Measure along the inseam from crotch to bottom of leg hem. Round this number up to the nearest 1⁄2".


The perfect fit starts with getting proper body measurements. These measurement guidelines for men will help you determine what size to look for in coats, jackets, shirts, and pants.

Sizing can vary between products. After following these steps, make sure you check the size guide for each individual product to ensure the best fit.

measurement-men

Neck

Start with a collared shirt that fits you well. Lay the fully buttoned collar flat. Measure with tape inside of collar going around to the far end of opposite buttonhole until the tape overlaps.

Chest

Measure around the fullest part of your chest, just under your arms and across your shoulder blades, holding the tape firm and parallel to the floor.

Sleeve Length

With your arm relaxed at your side and slightly bent, start at the center back of your neck and run the tape over the shoulder and down the outside of your arm, ending at the wrist. Sleeve length is always in whole numbers, so round up if necessary.

Waist

Measure around your natural waistline. For belts, it varies where your pants fall. To ensure a perfect fit, order 2" larger than your normal pant waist size (e.g., if you wear a size 34 pant, order a size 36 belt). If between sizes, order the next size up.

Inseam

This is the distance from the uppermost part of your inner thigh to the bottom of your ankle. Measure similar pants that fit you well. Lay them flat, with the front and back creased smooth. Measure along the inseam from crotch to bottom of leg hem. Round this number up to the nearest 1⁄2".


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The idea is try to measure your head exactly where your hat will be worn. Most hats are typically worn 1⁄8" above the top of your ear.

  1. Place the tape measure across the middle of your forehead and measure all the way around your head.
  2. As you measure, make sure the tape stays level and is not wrapped too tight.
  3. Take the measurements in inches and use this to determine your hat size. Not all hats are sized the same. Factors such as the manufacturer, material, and even your hairstyle can affect the fit. Please use the helpful chart on each product page to determine your perfect size. If you fall in between sizes, select the next size up.

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  1. Measure the palm of your dominant hand around the fullest part of the knuckles.
  2. Then measure from the tip of your middle finger to the base of your hand.
  3. Whichever of the two measurements if larger, is your proper glove size. The number of inches measured translates to standard glove sizing. Round up if between sizes.
  4. Leather gloves might be slightly stiff when first worn, but will mold to your hand and soften with each wear.

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  1. 1. Heel Height

    Measured from the ground centered up to the top of the heel.

  2. 2. Shaft Height

    Measured from the top of the heel to the tallest edge of the shaft.

  3. 3. Calf Circumference

    The measurement around the upper part of the shaft that corresponds with the fullest part of the calf.


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