Finding Your Size


Measuring For Size Charts


Chest/Bust: Wrap measuring tape around the fullest part of the chest, insuring it stays parallel to the floor. This measurment should be taken with the measuring tape coming under the arms.

Waist: Wrap the tape measure around the natural waist (this is usually near the belly button). Allow the tape measure to stay slack, and not pulled too tight.

Hips: Wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of the hips (keep your feet together for this measurement!)

Inseam: Measure from the ankle to the top of the inside leg. If you don’t have a friend to help with this, take a pair of pants that fits you well, and measure the inside seam down to the bottom hem.

Sleeve: Start measuring from the centre back of your neck, across the shoulder and down to the wrist.


Find Your Hat Size

Wrap a tape measure around the circumference of your head, roughly 1/8” above your ears. Make sure the tape measure is an even height all the way around. If you do not have a flexible tape measure, you may wrap a string around your head, and then measure the string after with a ruler.

Please note that all size guides are approximate, and may vary by manufacturer.If you are between sizes, it is generally advised to order the larger size.


Measuring Your Horse

Although there is some variance in blanket/sheet sizing between manufacturers, most are available in increments of 3”. To determine which size will best fit your horse:

  1. Begin at the centre point of the front of your horse, roughly shoulder high on the chest.
  2. Wrap the measuring tape over the shoulder, finishing at the centre point of the rear quarters, roughly where the blanket will finish.
  3. Make sure to keep the tape measure straight and parallel to the ground for the most accurate measurement. If between sizes, choose the larger of the two.

5 Comments -

Andrea

Ummm so where is your size chart, can’t find it anywhere on your site. It just shows where to measure. Husband doesn’t know what size to order……frustrating site.

Kate

I appreciate the guide on how to measure oneself but I have to agree with the previous commenter that it would be nice if the products offered a guide as well, ie. a small hat fits A-B", a medium hat will fit X-Y" and so on.

Catherine

X-large équivaut à quel mesure

bruce Mollins

My chest size is 59 with the 4X fit me?

Russ Eagles

that’s all good advice for measuring but all you have is small med large sizes so whats what, i’m a 44 chest/jacket. would probably sell more stuff if indicated what’s it fit

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