“WILL THIS FIT ME?” LETS FIND OUT USING THE STEPS BELOW

SIZING CHART

All sizes are taken while wearing a t-shirt, the side reliefs are there when you wear a hoodie or jacket. Measure your chest and go with that measurement because the sizes run true. However, If your stomach sticks out just a little bit more than your chest, go with your stomach size. If you are stuck between sizes, pick the bigger size.

SMALL 38”-40”                       MEDIUM 42”- 44”

LARGE 46”- 48”                      X LARGE 50”- 52”

XX LARGE 54”- 56”                XXX LARGE 58”-60”

HOW TO MEASURE

NECK:

Measure your neck. Wrap the tape measure around your neck, just below your Adam’s apple. The tape measure should be snug, but not tight enough to be uncomfortable and restrict breathing or circulation.

AROUND CHEST:

Wrap the tape measure around the fullest portion of your chest and keep it parallel to the floor. Raise your hands above your head and slowly lower them to your sides. This may require some helping hands, phone a friend if need be.

AROUND WAIST:

Wrap the tape measure around your waist, not your hips, keeping the measure level with your belly button. Slide the tape measure down over your belt line to get this measurement. Wearing shorts or pants will help with figuring out where your belt line is.

BICEP:

Take a measurement around your flexed bicep. This is not a competition, we don’t want the pictures. 

BACK:

Measure from the outer upper most part of the shoulder to shoulder. Make sure you’re standing upright with your arms at your sides for this.  Another measurement that will require assistance, you already know the drill.

ARM LENGTH:

From the upper tip of the outside of your shoulder to just above your knuckles while keeping arm straight as possible. Measure both arms to be safe.

LENGTH:

Place in the upper most part of your shoulder and measure to your belt line. If you have to much length may create a “bulging” affect while you are seated which may become uncomfortable in the seated position. We understand length matters but lets not go over-board here.

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