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Measure around the lower portion of the neck (Just under the Adam's apple), where the collar usually sits. Allow two fingers to fit the gap between the tape and your neck.
NOTE: If you are comfortable with your standard collar size, enter that here instead
Measure around the upper (largest) portion of your chest, just under the armpits. Try to inhale when measuring this will ensure that your measurement account for your chest at its fullest.
Just above the beltline, measure around the fullest part of the waist.
NOTE: This measurement will typically be larger than your pant size.
With your arm at your side, measure from the tip of the shoulder to the lower wrist or to the desired length (slighly longer is better than slightly shorter). Perform this for each sleeve to account for any differences in length. If this is for a short sleeve shirt, measure to the desired length -- just beneath the bicep is typically preferable.
Measure around your wrist (at the bone) where a watch would typically be worn. If you wear a large watch add 1/2 inch to the measurement.
Measure accross the back, from one edge of the shoulder to the other. Make sure that you take into account the curved contour of the shoulders (as shown).
Measure from the base of the neck (where the lower collar would be) to the desired length. Typically this is measured to the bottom of the seat.
Our most common cut, best suited for the majority of men. Fit is slightly tapered yet comfortable along the shirt body and arms.
The most tapered fit offered. Shirt body, shoulders, and arms are draped firmly to the body. Meant for those with broad shoulders and slimmer waists.
The majority of men fall into this category. You should not experience any of the below issues with your existing off-the-rack shirts.
Some men (weightlifters in particular) have a more pronounced angle in their shoulders that causes the fabric to stretch from the trapezoid to the lower chest, resulting in a pulling of the fabric along with a less than ideal fit.
Men with very little angle in their shoulders will see lots of wrinkles / lines along the neck due to excess fabric bunching up.
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