How to find your size?
As a general rule, a man’s measurement is the same as his size. Where small, medium, large, etc. are concerned, the best way to ensure proper fit is to know your measurements.
What you’ll need?
A cloth tape measure and a full-length mirror. For best results take body measurements in lightweight clothing. Keep your arms at your side and have a friend take the measurements. When measuring, keep the tape measure snug, but not tight. Stand up straight!
Measure around the base of the neck.
Easier method: Take a shirt that fits great and measure from the center of the button to the far end of the button hole. Inches = Size (If it’s 17 1/2 inches, you’re a 17 1/2 neck) Round up. For example, if you measure 17 1/4, round up to 17 1/2.
Bend your elbow and put your hand on your hip. Have someone measure from middle of back of your neck, around shoulder and elbow to wrist bone.
Easier method: Take a shirt that fits and fold at the elbow 90 degrees and measure from middle back of collar to cuff.
Take measurements under armpits, around fullest part of chest and shoulder blades
Measure around where you normally wear your pants, keeping the tape measure a bit loose or putting one finger between your body and the tape measure.
Stand with legs about six inches apart and measure around the fullest part of the hips.
You’ll need a friend to measure from your crotch to where you want your pants to end, breaking at the top of the shoe in the front and just above the heel in the back (you’ll need to be wearing shoes for this one)
Easier method: Find a pair of good fitting pants, and measure from crotch seam to bottom of pants.
Wrap tape measure over a good fitting pair of pants.
Easier method: Order the belt one size up from your waist size.
Measure above the ears about 1/2″ around the forehead.
With hand partially closed, measure over the knuckles, around the hand, excluding the thumb.
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