GETTING THE RIGHT FIT
Getting the right fit for your gear is super easy. Check out some of the handy tips below to help you get the most accurate measurement.
MEASURING FOR A BELT
To ensure you order the right size belt, measure the circumference around exactly where your belt will sit, using a soft tape measure, and select your size in inches. For example, if you wear your belt on your hips, and your hips are 40" around, select a size 40" belt. If you wear your belt around your waist, and your waist is 30" around, select a size 30".
You can also measure your favorite belt from the far end of the buckle, to the best fitting hole. IGNORE the remainder after the best fitting hole. Then select the size that best reflects what you've measured.
Measure from the far end of the buckle to the best fitting hole. Select the size that best reflects this measurement.
Don't be too trusting of clothing brands as their labeling and sizing varies significantly from brand to brand. Please measure to be sure.
*If you measure between sizes, select the nearest size up. For example, if you measure at 37", select size 38" from the drop down menu.
MEASURING FOR CUFFS
To ensure you order the right sized cuffs, measure the circumference of your wrist or ankle using a soft tape-measure, then select your size, in inches. If your measurement falls between sizes, selected the smaller size. *If you measure between sizes select the nearest size up.
MEASURING FOR A COLLAR
To ensure you order the right size collar, measure the circumference around your neck, exactly where your collar will sit, using a soft tape measure. Then select your size in inches. *If you measure between sizes, select the nearest size up from the drop down menu.
No soft tape measure? No worries! Follow the same procedure above, only instead of a tape measure, use a piece of string. Then simply measure the length of string. Too easy!
If you have any questions about getting the right fit, you can always get in touch.