MEN'S JACKETS AND SHIRTS
For Jackets and Shirts. we ask you to measure your Chest area. For best results, use a flexible tailors measuring tape, and have a friend measure you while standing. If you don't have a tape measure, use a string, then measure that.

To MEASURE YOUR CHEST, pull the tape measure gently taught (don't pull to tight) around the circumference of your chest at the nipples right under your armpits, where your chest is at its fullest. Look forward, exhale to your relaxed natural position, and record the measurement in centimeters.

Because everyone has different proportions, its best to measure your waist as well as your chest. You may want to choose a larger size based on your waist measurements. For example if your waist fits into the Large size bracket and your chest fits into the Medium size bracket the Large size will fit you best.

To MEASURE YOUR WAIST, pull the tape gently taught around your waist at your belly button. Look forward, exhale to your relaxed natural position, and record the measurement in centimeters.

The next step is to apply your measurements to the chart below. Find what range fits you best. For example if your chest size is 100cm, a size M (94-102) would be a nice snug fit. If your chest size is 102cm, size M would be snug and fitted, and size L (102-110) would be a loose roomier fit.

MEN'S JEANS AND PANTS
For Jeans and Pants, we ask you to measure your Hip/Waist Line. For best results, use a flexible tailors measuring tape, and have a friend measure you while standing. If you don't have a tape measure, use a string, then measure that.

To measure your Hip/Waist Line, pull the tape measure gently taught around your waist, 10cm (4 inches) below your belly button. Look forward, exhale to your relaxed natural position, and record the measurement in centimeters. If you like your pants a bit looser, or to allow for a wee bit of breathing room, leave enough room for one finger to fit between the tape measure and your body.

The next step is to apply your measurements to the chart below. Find what range fits you best. For example, if your Hip range is 88cm then you would be a size 32. If your Hip range is 92cm, you would be a snug (fitted) size 33, or a loose (roomier) size 34.

Depending on what your measurements and personal preferences are, use you judgment to choose a more fitted or roomier cut.

 

Men's Size chart in inches
Men's Jackets and Shirts size
Chest Range
30 3/4 -
34
34 -
37
37 -
40
40 -
43 1/2
43 1/2 -
46 1/2
Waist Range
23 1/2 -
26 1/2
26 1/2 -
29 1/2
29 1/2 -
32
32 -
35 1/2
35 1/2 -
38 1/2

Men’s Jeans and Pants size
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
36
Hip Range
(Measure around waist 4" below belly button)
30-31
31-32

32-33

33-34
34-35
35-36
36-37
37-39

Men's Size chart in centimeters
Men's Jackets and Shirts size
Chest Range
78 -
86
86 -
94
94 -
102
102 -
110
110 -
118
Waist Range
60 -
67
67 -
75
72 -
82
82 -
90
90 -
98

Men’s Jeans and Pants size
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
36
Hip Range
(Measure around waist 10cm below belly button)
76 -
79
80 -
82

82 -
84

84 -
87
87 -
89
89 -
92
92 -
94
94 -
100

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