MEN’S SIZE AND FIT GUIDE
How to Measure
Note: For best results measure over your undergarments.
Use a cloth measuring tape.
Measure just under arms and across shoulder blades holding the tape firm and level. If your chest falls between sizes, order the next size up.
Measure around your waistline, keeping the tape comfortably loose.
Measure pants that fit you well. Lay them flat, with the front and back creased smooth. Measure along the inseam from crotch to bottom of leg hem. Or, if you don’t have pants that fit comfortably, measure from your crotch to your desired pant length.
Differences in tall and short sizing:
Outerwear, long-sleeve shirts and sweats in tall sizes: 2” longer in the torso than regular sizes. 2” longer in the sleeve than regular sizes.
Short-sleeve shirts in tall sizes:
2” longer in the torso than regular sizes. ½” longer in the sleeve than regular sizes.
Coveralls in tall sizes:
1” longer in the torso than regular sizes. 1” longer than in the sleeve length than regular sizes. Tall sizes in the X06 measure 2” longer in both the torso and sleeve length.
Coveralls in short sizes:
1” shorter in the sleeve than regular sizes.