HOW IT WORKS
The sizing information below is a general fit guide for our garments. What that means is that these are standard garment measurements – not body measurements – that will get most people in the right size, most of the time. All measurements are in inches.
Please note that some patterns will be more slim-fitting, and some will be looser. This information will be on the individual product pages, so please make sure to visit the page of the product you’re interested in when figuring out sizing, as well as this page.
HOW TO MEASURE
Lay the garment as flat as possible when measuring, and take note of where the illustration shows to measure. For example, shorts length should be taken at the outside of the leg.
The measurements are shown here pertain to unprinted jerseys. All performance garments experience some shrinkage during the screen-printing process due to the high heat they are exposed to. An acceptable rate of shrinkage is 3-7%, which is what we generally see when we print our darker garments. Please take this into consideration, as well as the notes above, when you are figuring out your garment size.
Please note that dark-colored garments will absorb more heat in the screen-printing process than light-colored garments. For example, you may find that your white jerseys are 1-1.5” longer than your black jerseys if you have a lot of screen-printing done. This does fit within the above 3-7% acceptable shrinkage rate.
Due to the nature of the manufacturing process, there may be a 3-5% variance in sizing. Please allow for small discrepancies under 1 inch for all measurements. If you believe there is a sizing issue with one of our products outside of this margin, please contact us.
UNITS OF MEASURE
All measurements are in inches/cms
If you have any questions about sizing that have not been answered here, or about our size charts, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org