Which size should you purchase?
The above sizing chart shows our sizing scale along with the corresponding neck, chest and sleeve measurements. To determine which size will be right for you, we recommend taking your body measurements according to the below instructions, and matching them up to the chart. For knitwear and polo shirts, the chest measurements should be the main consideration when selecting your size. For our sport shirts, you should also take into consideration the neck size and sleeve length for the best possible fit.
Take these measurements with a tape measure and match them up to our sizing chart. For example, if your chest measures 37 inches, your recommended size would be size small (size 4 in polo shirts).
NECK: Wrap the tape measure around the base of the neck where your shirt collar would sit. There should not be any slack on the tape, but it should also not be pulled tight.
CHEST: Have somebody take this measurement for you. Remove any bulky clothing. Raise your arms and have the tape wrapped around your upper chest at the widest point. It should be pulled snug but not tight. Relax your arms by your side and take the measurement.
SLEEVE: Have somebody take this measurement for you. Start the tape at the center of the back of your neck. From there, run the tape along the top of your shoulder, then down your arm to the end of your wrist where you would like the shirt cuff to end.