Mens Measurement

1. Chest

Place the tape measure around the widest part of the chest – this is most direct in men below the armpits. To take measure exhale. Tip: Make sure that the tape measure is resting directly on the nipples and the back straight.

2. Waist

Measure the circumference of your torso to the navel height.

Here again: standing comfortably, exhale.

3. Seat

Set for measuring the tape around the widest part of your buttocks.

Tip: Be sure to measure to wear a pair of pants that are not too much brushing (so best not jeans).
And previously empty pockets!

 

4. Jacket Length

Place the tape measure from the shoulder seam close to the neck straight forward to the body. Keep your arm stretched on the body, and measure the length up to the thumb joint.

Tip: This dimension can be, if any take over, even by a well-fitting jacket.

 

5. Front Width

Measure the width of your front jackets. For this purpose, place the tape measure horizontally at chest level – and in each case just below the armpit to the point where overlap arm and chest.

 

6. Rear Width

The rear width of the jacket is measured back to chest level – horizontally at applied arms below the shoulders by an arm-back crossover point to another.

 

7. Armhole

Place the tape measure for this value close to the body to the shoulder over the shoulder.

 

8. Biceps

Measure in your right (right-handed) or left (left-handed) upper arm at the widest point relaxed state.

 

9. Shoulder

Measure from shoulder to shoulder. Make sure that both ends are at an altitude. It is important to take this Mas exact because from here the sleeve length is taken.

Tip: A good landmark is the “outer edge” of the shoulder bone.

 

10. Sleeve Length

Place the tape measure at the point where, to which you have measured in Step. 9 Measure with an outstretched arm to the thumb approach for a standard length. Do you wish that the Jacket sleeves are shorter than the shirt sleeves, unplug two centimeters from the measured value.

 

11. Trousers length

Set for measuring the tape around the widest part of your buttocks.

Tip: Be sure to measure to wear a pair of pants that are not too much brushing (so best not jeans).
And previously empty pockets!

 

12. Waistband

To determine this value optimally, it is recommended to measure to attract a well-fitting pants. Measure the circumference of the fuselage directly above the waistband, hold the tape measure closely to the body.

 

13. Stride

Run the tape measure from the front waistband end straight through between the legs to the rear Bund end.

Tip: For this value, it is important to keep the band close to the body.

 

14. Thigh

Place the tape measure around the widest part of the thigh. Hold the tape to measure so loose that even one finger between the leg and band fits.

 

15. Knee

Measure the circumference at the widest part of the knee.

 

16. Ankles

To determine the width of the leg bands, place the tape measure around the heel to the point on the instep where the pant leg to rest.

 

Fieldset

 

Verification