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Size Guide for Perfect Fit

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Adult Body Size Chart

These are the measurements of your body (not the jacket). To measure your arm length correctly stand up straight with your arms down at your side and measure from the middle of the back of your neck to where your wrist meets your hand. The sizes that we recommend are only suggestions. We are not responsible if you order an incorrect size. If you are unsure of your size please write to us first. All of our jackets are unisex athletic cut for both male and female. TALL SIZES are 1.5” (4cm) longer in sleeves and body length.

Adult Jacket Size Chart

These are the measurements of finished jacket (not the body). All of our jackets are unisex athletic cut for both boys and girls.

How to get body measurements?

Measure your chest / bust, waist, sleeves length and back length as per below illustrations. Once you get all meassurements, match your measurements with above Adult Body Size Chart. If your body measurements fall under M, you should order a medium size jacket. Feel free to contact us if you have any question.

A: CHEST

Measure your chest or bust. Ask a friend to help you! This part is hard to do by yourself. Lift your arms up to the side and have your friend wrap the measuring tape under your armpits. Lower it until the tape is wrapped around the widest part of your chest. For women, wrap the tape around your bust, or the fullest part of your chest.[2][3]

  • Add an additional inch to your chest measurement if you’re looking for a more casual jacket. Casual jackets tend to be more loose-fitting.
  • Make sure the tape is always being held level as you’re having your measurements taken.
  • Clothing companies will usually cut a jacket’s chest about 10.16 cm (4.00 in) longer than their estimate of your chest size. This is why chest size does not equal jacket size.
 
 
B: WAIST

Find the circumference of your natural waist. Pinpoint the natural crease of your waist by bending to one side. This crease will be higher than where you normally wear your pants — above your belly button, but typically just below your ribcage. Keep the tape measure parallel to the floor and measure all the way around your torso where this crease formed.

  • If your jacket has buttons, it should button neatly over your natural waist without strain or tightness. This is why it’s crucial to get your waist measurement right.
 
C: SLEEVE LENGTH

Find your sleeve length. Place one of your hands on your hip so your arm is bent. Have a friend start from the bone at the base of your neck and run the tape measure all the way down to your wrist. This is how long your jacket sleeve should be.

  • This is a key measurement because, if your sleeves are too short or too long, it can make it look like the whole jacket is too small or too big for you.
 
D: BACK LENGTH

 

 
 
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