Choosing the Right Sizeposted on 29 April 2012 | posted in Latest Information
One of the most common dilemmas for our customers is deciding which size to choose......
Our sizing charts are designed to be as helpful as possible with measurements given for customers to use as a checklist so that they can choose sizes/lengths taking into account their height and weight as well as their chest, waist and hip measurements.
However, for those still feeling unsure as to which size to choose then here are some additional pointers that you may find helpful.
Our jerseys are designed to be a "race fit." Therefore, customers wanting a more comfortable/roomy fit should go for a larger size.
From our past experience...........
Customers whose height and weight are nearing the 'top end" of the sizing boundaries shown generally need to buy a larger size.
The 'longer length" option also provides additional length in the sleeve (as well as in the body) on the long sleeve jersey designs.
These tend to be a little more roomy than the jerseys designed to be worn with a thin item of clothing underneath.
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