|Size||Small (4-6)||Medium (8-10)||Large (12-14)||X-Large (16-18)||XX-Large (20-22)|
|Shoulders||14.75 - 15.25||15.5 - 16||16.25 - 16.75||17 - 17.5||17.75 - 18.25|
|Bust||33 - 34.5||35 - 37||38 - 40||41.5 - 43.5||45 - 47|
|Waist||26 - 27.5||28.5 - 30||31.5 - 33||34.5 - 36.5||38 - 40|
|Hip||36 - 37.5||38.5 - 40||41.5 - 43||44.5 - 46.5||48 - 50|
|Sleeve||29.5 - 30||30.5 - 31||31.5 - 32||32.5 - 33||33.5 - 34|
Engineered-Fit Base Layer Garments SizingThe Engineered-Fit series uses material technology that allows you to choose between a body-contoured Standard Fit and full Compression Fit simply by size selection. To achieve a Compression Fit, a true next-to-skin, no movement fit which eliminates potential friction related “hot spots” and helps to reduce muscle fatigue, simply select one size down from your normal size. To find your size, look up your measurement in the chart above. As demonstrated in the chart, if your chest measures from 42”-44” and you prefer a body-contoured Standard Fit, choose size Large. If you prefer a full Compression Fit, simply size down to a size Medium.
HOW TO MEASURE
For Women: As a general rule, the number of inches measured will equal your size when measured correctly. Measurements should be taken over bra and panties.
Head – Measure around head with tape above brow ridges.
Bust – With arms at your sides, measure around the fullest part of your bust and under your armpits, keeping tape parallel to the floor.
Waist – Measure your natural waist at the smallest point.
Hip – Measure around the fullest part of your hips/bottom, keeping tape level to the floor.
Sleeve – With arm bent at a 90-degree angle, place hand on hip. Start at cervical bone at the base of your neck and measure across the shoulder, to the elbow, then down to the wrist bone.
Inseam – Measure a similar-style pant that fits you well. Measure from the crotch seam to hem.
How to Determine Your Best SizeThis chart is a “guide” based on body measurements.Since all body shapes differ, your individual body shape and measurements may not align exactly to any one size. Start by determining the longest/widest part of your body, represented in the garment you wish to purchase. If your body falls between two sizes, consider going up to the next size. However, if flex is built into the specific garment, you may not need to go up a size. Use your best judgment. Note: We will not be held
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