Sizing inconsistencies can be attributed to a number of factors and vary according the different fabrics and cuts in our range. Our Teamwear collection is available in four fits across the entire apparel line. Each is designed to meet different needs for movement, protection and versatility depending on the activity.
HOW TO FIND YOUR SIZE
The Clothing size chart is set up in a table. One axis will lay out the size, and the other will be the measurements in inches and centimetres. Look at the row/columns that best correspond with your measurements and you’ll be able to identify your size.
IF YOU ARE IN BETWEEN TWO SIZES
It’s up to you. If you like a tight fit? Go for the smaller size. Love a loose fit? Go for a slightly larger size.
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR BODY FOR CLOTHING SIZES
Chest: Place one end of the tape measure at the fullest part of your bust and wrap it around your body to get the measurement, keeping the tape parallel to the floor.
Waist: Place one end of the tape measure at your natural waist, you want to find the narrowest part of your waist. Don’t go up too far or too low to get an accurate measurement. Don’t hold the tape too tight or your clothing will be hard to move in.
Hips: Stand with your legs together and measure the fullest part of your hips. Be sure to go over your bottom as well. It might be challenging to keep the tape consistently level when you do it alone.
Inside leg: The inseam is the distance of your inside leg measuring from the top of your inner thigh to your ankle. It is easiest to measure the inseam based on a well-fitting pair of pants. Measure from the crotch to the cuff on the inside seam of the leg. The number of inches, to the nearest ½”, is the inseam length. It’s best to measure your inseam with a pair of shoes on so that you can ensure the hem hits at the right point on your shoe.
OUR CLOTHING FITS