The shirt size is given by the collar size. The collar measurement must be precise around the neck with few millimeters tolerance- you should be able to sneak the small finger under the measurement band. In the below chart we indicate the dimensions of the shirt. For all perimeters (chest and waist) you have to consider a tolerance between 8 to 14cm. E.g. our photos model Trond has a measured chest perimeter of 102cm and he is wearing size 41 in all our photos.
Please follow the graphic instructions and specifications on how to take your measurements. Consult the sizing chart below for choosing the right size.
- Collar - Measure round the base of your neck where a shirt collar would sit.
- Chest - Take the measuring tape as shown in the above picture and wrap it around the widest part of your chest, passing it under your arms. Compare with the chart value. This must be few centimeters (between 8 and 14) higher than your measured chest value.
- Waist - Measure the narrowest part of your waist. This must be few centimeters (up to 14cm) higher than your measured waist value.
- Sleeve* - Measure from the middle of the back of your neck as shown in the above picture, going over the top of your shoulder and down to the point where you want your cuff to sit. In this case both measured values (body and shirt) are the same.
|All values refer to the shirt measurements and are given in centimeters|