Frequently Asked Questions
Many people are hesitant to order online because of the fit. Will it be too tight? Too loose? Too short? Or too long? Will it be the right cut for my body type? Is it supposed to fit like this? To help ease the uncertainty, we have put together a comprehensive fit guide. It will walk you through the various steps to finding the right fit for all our gear.
Never rely on world size standards. If you usually buy XL size, you should not rely that all XL sizes will fit you. Different manufacturers offer different sizes and standards. The only thing that should matter to you is to which manufacturer's sizes your waist, chest or hip measurements in inches or centimetres correspond.
Always round your measure figures up. Do measure precisely, do not leave extra space. We have taken into consideration enough freedom of movements in accordance with your size and kind of clothing. If you prefer quite loose wear, please choose one size larger.
First measure your sizes according to the product you would like to purchase, after which compare them with the dimension of the size for the desired product. For example: you have chosen a coat in XL size, in the dropdown box you see: XL – chest 43-45 in |112 cm, so if you have measured your chest to be somewhere between 43-45 inch, this product in XL size will fit you perfectly. If your chest is 45.5 inch, you have to choose the next size 2XL. Always round your measures to the bigger size.
Never use the size you see from other clothes you wear!!! Always measure yourself.
The chart below demonstrates how to measure head (A), chest (B), waist (C), inseam (F) and hand (H).
Place the tape measure under your arms at the fullest part of your chest, wrap around your body until your fingers meet and mark the measurement.
Measure around your natural waistline—right above your hips. Be careful not to squeeze too tight to allow a little give.
The easiest way to do this is to measure the inseam length of a leg of your pants, you are comfortable with. Measure along the inner seam of the pants from the crutch to the end of the leg.
To figure out your fitted hat size, measure the circumference of your head where your hat will rest. If you don't have a tape measure, use a string and measure it against a ruler. Find your measurement next to the shown size of the product. In case the cap or the hat has folding earmuffs is correct to measure it with the earmuffs folded.
Measure the round of your hand in its wider part between the thumb and the fingers as shown on the picture. Don’t leave reserves.