How can I know what my size is?

Knowing your size is very easy, at the end of the article text you will find an image with the table where all the sizes and the values ​​corresponding to each size are listed.

What do I have to measure to know my size?

Depending on whether a helmet, jacket, pants, gloves or boots, the measurements will refer to the corresponding body part.

To take the measurements and find your size you have to take a measuring tape (not a flexometer) and measure the corresponding body part, for example for a helmet the head contour is measured above the eyebrows.

What should I measure to know what my helmet size is?

Measure with a tape measure the contour of the head at the height of the eyebrows, passing at the height of the top of the ears, if for example the resulting measure is 58cm, you have to look for the corresponding size in the table that appears at end of article text.

For example, if when measuring the perimeter of the head of an adult gives 58cm, it corresponds to the size M, while it would be 58.5 cm it would be an L. Always take into account the size charts provided by each manufacturer.

The helmet is the most important protection element. It must always be your size, without slack and without tightening. Not all manufacturers use the same measurements for their sizes.

How can I know my jacket size?

For jackets, measures of contour at chest height or chest width (distance between armpit and armpit), waist contour and hip contour must be taken into account. To take the measurements it is as easy as taking a tape measure and measuring the necessary body area without squeezing.

In addition, depending on the manufacturer, the sleeve length, shoulder length and neck to waist length may be useful.

For example:
In the case of a man, 94 cm chest, 86 cm waist, the size would be 48 or M. The largest measure is always taken as a reference. In the case of women and children, the procedure is the same.

The jacket is a garment that we are going to use on the usual clothes, we must take the measures with the clothes that we usually wear to avoid possible discomforts.

How can I know my pants size?

The reference measurements for the pants are the waist or ½ waist contour and the hip or ½ hip contour.

In addition you can be useful, the outer length of the leg (the distance from the waist to the ground), the inner length of the leg (distance from the crotch to the ground) and the shot.

In very tight clothes you can also give the case that we need the thigh and knee width.

How can I know my gloves size?

To take the reference measurement we take a tape measure and on the palm of the open hand, we measure the distance corresponding to the contour of the hand at the height of the knuckles.

Glove sizes are different depending on whether they are for men, for women or for children. There is also the possibility of gloves with sizes for people with shorter fingers and longer fingers.

How can I know my boots size?

The reference measures for footwear are given by the length and width of the foot. To measure the foot we must rest the foot on a paper and paint the contour, measure the length from the base of the heel to the tip of the big toe and take the measurement on the widest part of the foot.

In addition, the ankle contour, height and calf contour may be useful.

How can I know my size of Motorcycle Jeans?

The sizes of the motorcycle jeans come in inches (Inch), the procedure is the same as for any pants, the waist, hip and leg length measurements in cm are taken and we look in the table for the size equivalent to those measurements .

A trick to take action

We can use as a reference a garment that is well sized (that is not tight), on a flat surface (the table, the bed, etc.) you put the garment fully fastened and ironed or stretched (without folds or wrinkles) and you take the necessary measures, so you will be taking the ½ measures (half of everything, ½ waist, ½ chest, etc.), for the complete measurements (waist contour, thigh contour, etc.) you just have to double the measure obtained.

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