Place the measuring tape around the largest part of your chest—often this is around your nipples. The tape should be flat, but not too tight.
For lettered sizes: Use the waist and hip measurements as a guide to pick the right size for you.
For numbered sizes: Our pants fit like your favorite chinos. If you’re a 32 in the pants you have at home, you’ll likely be a 32 in our pants. Bodies come in all shapes and sizes. Normally we select bottom sizes based off our waist size. Guys with a hockey bum might want to size up to accommodate your hip measurement.
Measuring your hip is simple, all you need is a tape measure and a full length mirror (or a friend). Wrap the tape measure around the roundest part of your bum and overlap the tape at the front. Turn to the side in the mirror to ensure that the tape measure is making a straight line parallel to the floor. Now look down and check that number!
Friends are helpful for this one. Stand with your feet about shoulder-width apart in running shoes. Measure from the very top of your inner leg to the bottom of your inner ankle. Repeat this process on your left leg and average out to achieve your most accurate inseam length. You may want to err on the longer-side—short shorts are a yes, but short pants are a no.
If your waist measures 33″, you’re most likely going to need a size 34 pant. This is because we have designed our pants to sit two to three inches below your natural waist. Looking for a good rule of thumb when it comes to fit? Measure your waist and add an inch.
If you think you’re in between sizes, ask yourself how you want the pant to fit for the activity you’ll be using them for.
Wear a thin, unlined bra. If you can, get someone else to measure you. If you measure yourself, stand in front of a mirror and practice perfect posture to make sure the tape measure is parallel to the floor.
Run a tape measure around your ribcage right under your bust.
Place the tape measure under your arms around the fullest part of your chest.
Your recommended bra size is a starting point that should be used as a guide. Try some on so you can see how the bra feels on your body. Every bra should fit snug—wearing it too loose won’t provide you with the support you need.
Bra support comes mostly from the band so it’s important that it fits quite close to your ribcage. It can take some work (but, it’s worth it!) so be patient and adjust your bra size up or down until you nail it.