Measurement Guide

Please go through this page carefuly and multiple times.

This will ensure a correct fit and avoid any problems later in the process.

Getting Started:

  • Wear a snug fitting pair of jeans and a light t-shirt when taking measurements. Baggy or thick clothing can lead to measurement errors.
  • Do not wear shoes when taking measurements.
  • Always take the help of a friend when taking measurements. Do not try to take measurements yourself.
  • Always recheck measurements to avoid errors.
  • Provide actual body measurements, not the measurements listed on a shirt or a pair or jeans.
  • Keep your body relaxed - no need to flex your muscles when taking measurements.
  • If you have doubts, questions or concerns, contact us instead of assuming anything.

Measurement Types:

Body Measurements:These are the actual body measurements as per the instructions below.

Final Suit Measurements:These are the measurements of the final finished product.

We recommend that you also provide us "final suit measurements" in addition to the "body measurements".

You are the best judge of how you want the suit to fit and if you can provide these measurement, we can deliver the exact fit that you want.

To help with the process, we have listed the average difference between "body measurements" and "final suit measurements" that we have observed for satisfied customers. You can use this as a reference when determining the "final suit measurements".

How to take measurements:

Neck: Measure around the neck for accurate collar sizing

We usually increase the neck by the 5 inches



Arm Hole: Measure around the arm hole, at the edge of the shoulder

We usually increase the arm hole by 2.5 inches



Biceps: Measure around the fullest part of the biceps

We usually increase by the biceps by 5 inches



Sleeve Length: Measure from the edge of the shoulder to the begining of the palm

Sleeve lenghts are increase from .5 to 3 inches.

They are quite dependant on your riding position and stretch to the bars.

Some people also have concerns regarding tuck-in or overlapping gloves.

Our recommendation:

Measure to the is edge of the wrist (where the base of the palm starts) in the riding position. 1 inch less than that is the ideal placement for the sleeves.



Shoulder to Shoulder: Measure the shoulders from edge to edge

Usually increased between 2 to 3 inches



Wrist: Measure around the edge of the wrist

Usually increased by 3 inches.

People prefer tighter wrist if they wear gloves than go over sleeves.

People prefer a more relaxed fit they wear gloves inside the sleeves.



Torso: Measure from the neck down to the crotch

Increased between 3 to 6 inches.

Highly depending on the riding position and stretch to bars.

Also provide the back torso if you feel that the riding position is very stretched.



Chest: Measure around the fullest part of the chest

Increased 6 to 8.

Varies by preference.

Women may prefer a roomier fit.




Men should measure at the fullest part (usually the belly button) for one piece suits.

For pants, men should also measure at the point you would like to wear your pants.

Women should measure at the narrowest part of the waist.



Hips: Measure around the fullest part of the hips

Usually increased 6 to 7 inches.

Women may prefer a roomier fit.



Thighs: Measure around the fullest part of the thighs

Usually increased 5 inches.



Inseam: Measure from the crotch to the floor - without shoes

Usually increased by 0 to 6 inches.

Dependant on riding position.

If providing measurements in the riding position, you may want to provide the outseam instead.



Knees: Measure at the center of the knee cap


Calves: Measure around the fullest part of the calves


Knee to floor: Measure from the middle of the knee cap to the floor - without shoes.

This will help in accurate knee armor placement



Shoulder to elbow: Measure from the edge of the shoulder to the middle of the elbow.

This will help in accurate elbow armor placement

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Waist to start of inseam: Measure from the point where you wear your pants, down to the starting point of the inseam.

This help will in the correct crotch sizing

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Submitting Photos:

All customers ordering a custom size need to send us a few photos so that the pattern maker can get an idea of your physique. At a minimum, send us two shots - one of a front profile and one of a side profile. Examples are shown below. The main profile shots should be taken in good fitting jeans and a t-shirt. The jeans should be comfortable but not too baggy. 

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Show us how it fits

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