Our sizing is true and correct to US sizing. If you are usually a large, you will be a large in our apparel.

To verify sizing, use the PDF or Video to measure and compare to our size charts: Relaxed Fit or Fitted Cut.

Only use tailored sizing if you are hard to fit or in between sizes.

Tailor your sizing if you are in between sizes or disproportional somehow. Once measurements are taken, it is very important to compare all measurements to our chart.

Use and print our PDF directions for at home or for use with a tailor. You can use our Video for overview, the PDF is more precise.

Use the Tailor button at the product page to enter measurements: tailored-shirts-button

Standard sizing is what you usually wear/purchase at the store. Our sizing is relatively accurate with most, but because of the high variances between manufacturers (some add 2 inches to waist and some add 6 inches), we highly recommend you measure. We add 2 inches onto all our men’s standard pant sizes (mens only does not apply to kids). For example: a mens size 36 pant/short will measure 38 inches. This is same for all sizes. It is our Two Inch Rule.

Measure around waist where your pants sit and over the skin, DO NOT measure over other clothing. As explained we add 2 inches to all men’s waist sizes, if you measure 38 inches around the waist, you would order a 36.

Only use tailored sizing if you are hard to fit or in between sizes.

Whether measuring at home or using a tailor, print and use our PDF directions. You can also use our Video.

Enter measurements at the product page: tailored-shirts-button

Measurements can be taken easily at home with the assistance of another person or optionally a tailor can be used. Although we don’t recommend using a tailor, if you do we suggest printing out our measurement instructions, and make sure they follow our method correctly. We have had many issues in the past with customers using tailors. We often emphasize (probably over emphasize) the importance of obtaining accurate measurements.

Our problem areas are always shirt length and sometimes sleeve length, and usually measured too short. Please make sure to compare your measurements to our size charts; then make a decision based on knowing your body and the degree at which each body category is usually incorrect for you with respect to standard sizes. Standard disproportionality should usually be no more than plus/minus 2-3 inches, and is almost always as mentioned, the length measurements are too short.

For extra broad shoulders, large chest, large stomach; add on 2-3 inches shirt length for shirt front “pull-up”.

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