Brand & Size Guide

Sizing Info

About Industry Sizes

There are no uniform sizing standards in the apparel industry. Sizes and fit will vary by brand. We have created a size conversion calculator as a general guide. 

Measuring Your Body (Men/Boys)

If you don't know your measurements, they're easy to determine with a flexible tape measure.
The best way to accurately take measurements of your body is to have someone else take the measurements for you.

CHEST:

Place the tape measure under your arms and circle the tape around the fullest part of the chest.

WAIST:

Wrap the tape measure around your natural waistline. Keep the tape comfortably loose.

INSEAM:

To measure your inseam, find a pair of pants that fit you the way you like and then measure the length from the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg. If you are purchasing pants you intend to machine wash, we suggest you add one inch to account for shrinkage.

 

Measuring Your Body (Women)

If you don't know your measurements, they're easy to determine with a flexible tape measure.
The best way to accurately take measurements of your body is to have someone else take the measurements for you.
 

CHEST:

Place the tape measure under your arms and circle the tape around the fullest part of the chest.

WAIST:

Wrap the tape measure around your natural waistline. Keep the tape comfortably loose.

HIP:

Measure your hips by circling the tape measure around the fullest part of your body between your waist and the top of your legs.

 

Men's Clothing Conversion

Selected a size in your country, the others will change to match.


Suits, Coats, Sweaters Or Jeans Waist
U.S. (American) U.K. (British) Continental, Europe Japan

 


Pants (inch = cm)
Inches Centimeters

 


T-shirts
U.S. Letter U.S., U.K. Continental, Europe Japan

 


Dress
U.S. U.K. Continental, Europe Japan

 


Socks
U.S. U.K. Continental, Europe

 


Underwear
U.S. Continental, Europe

 


Hats
U.S. Continental, Europe