How to Measure

Measurements Guide

 

It is important for us to find the right size of pants, jacket or shirt for you. The best way to find out your size is to measure the pants or jacket that best fits your body. Therefore, on this page we will share measurement guidelines that can be used as a reference in choosing the right size for our products.

 

Pants

 

  1. Waist

To measure pants, we use the Flat method. This method is the most common measurement method carried out throughout the world. To measure the size of the waist, place the pants on a flat surface and pull it tight so that there is no space left between the front and back side of the pants. Place the measuring tape on one side and use your hands to hold the pants, then measure across the side. The result of the measurement is multiplied by two (2) to get the size of your waist.

Measurement starts from the edge of the waistband.

 

  1. Front Rise

For the measurement of the front rise, put pants on a flat surface and place the edge of the measuring tape on the crotch seam. Hold the pants, and extend the measuring tape to the top of the waistband.

Measurement starts from the crotch seam.

 

  1. Back Rise

Same with the measurement of the front rise, starting from the crocth seam then the measuring tape is stretched straight to the top of the back waist band.

 

  1. Thigh

Place the end of the measuring tape at a corner where the back rise is visible in front, hold the pants and then extend the measuring tape 90 degrees across to the other side.

 

  1. Knee

There are 2 steps to measure knee width. First, extend the measuring tape from the crotch seam (same as the front rise) along the 13 "inseam.

Then measure 90 degrees across to the other side of the pants.

 

  1. Inseam

Lay your pants on a flat surface. Place the end of the measuring tape on the crotch seam and then extend it following the inseam stitches to the end of the pants.

 

  1. Leg Opening

Extend the measuring tape from the edge of the hem to the other side.

 

Jacket

 

  1. Chest

During jacket measurements, the jacket must be buttoned. This applies also to all subsequent measurements. To measure the width of the chest, spread the jacket on a flat surface and then lift the sleeves up. Hold the jacket by hand and start measuring from the bottom of the armpit seam from one side to the other.

Measurement starts from the bottom of the armpit seam.

 

  1. Length

To measure body length, lay the jacket on a flat surface. Keep the jacket spread evenly. Then measure from the point where the shoulder part crosses the collar and then extend the tape to the bottom of the waist band.

The end of the measuring tape is placed at the intersection of the shoulder with the collar.

 

  1. Armhole

To measure the width of the armpit, lift sleeve straight out of the jacket. Then place the edge of the measuring tape on the outer armpit seam. Hold the jacket so that it is flat, and then stretch the tape out to the outer shoulder seams.

The tip of the measuring tape is placed on the outer armpit seam.

 

  1. Waist

To measure the waist, place the jacket on a flat surface. Then flatten the front and back of the waist band of the jacket. Place the end of the measuring tape on the end of the waistband and hold the jacket by hand. Extend the measuring tape to the other end of the waistband.

 

  1. Sleeve

To measure the length of the sleeve, pull the sleeve up and straight it out of the jacket. Then place the measuring tape on the seam over the sleeve of the jacket that meets the shoulder. Spread the tape measure along the sleeve of the jacket to the end of the jacket cuff.

The edge of the measuring tape is placed on the seam where the sleeves of the jacket and shoulders meet.