Sizing Chart

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2 Sizing chart Men’s Jackets, Shirts, Pants and Suits It is best to have someone help you take your measurements for most apparel. Stand upright and relaxed then take all measurements from one side of the body. Be sure to check the size chart for U.S. or European equivalent sizing before ordering as the actual size numbers vary. Always consider what under clothing or under garments you will wear while riding. Overly tight apparel may cause pinching and discomfort. Lose apparel may cause poor protection from the elements and wind flapping. Neck It is best to measure a shirt collar that fits you well, not your actual neck. Button the collar and place a cloth measuring tape, starting behind the button, wrap the tape around the inside of the collar until it meets its starting point. Additional neck protection, such as a bandana, balaclava or high collar is strongly recommended for comfort while riding in any conditions. Chest With you arms relaxed at your sides, measure the largest total circumference of your chest when inhaling, keeping the tape parallel to the floor and measuring under your armpits and around your breastbone and back. Chest measurement is for sizing reference and consideration should be given to your mid-section (stomach area). A tight mid-section will allow jackets or apparel to rise while riding. Selecting a slightly lose jacket is recommended, unless purchasing a suit or zip together pants and jacket. Sleeve With your arm slightly bent, measure from your spine at the base of your neck, over your shoulder and elbow, to your wrist bone. This is called Center Back (CB) Sleeve Length and is universally used for dress shirts and jackets. If unsure of exact length, always select a slightly longer length for proper protection from the elements and for safety. Center Back (CB) Length This measurement is only necessary for proper fit of one-piece suits for sport, race or rain protection and for proper spine protection. Standing completely upright, measure from the base of your neck, down your spine to your natural waist. Most riding suits are designed based on CB Length and adjusted for the riding position. Shirts/Jackets (in.) Size Neck Chest Sleeve S 14-14 1/2 34-36 32-33 M 15-15 1/2 38-40 33-34 L 16-16 1/2 42-44 34-35 XL 17-17 1/2 46-48 35-36 2XL 18-18 1/2 50-52 36-37 Pants (in.) Size Waist Inseam S 30-32 30 M 32-34 31 L 34-36 32 XL 36-38 33 2XL 38-40 34 Boots/Shoes USA Men European UK Japanese - 35 2 215 - 36 3 220 - 37 4 230 5.5 38 5 240 6.5 39 6 250 7 40 6.5 255 8 41 7 260 8.5 42 8 270 9.5 43 8.5 275 10 44 9 280 11 45 10 290 11.5 46 10.5 - 12 47 11 - 13 48 11.5 - Helmets Helmets Measure the largest portion of your head horizontally with a cloth tape, measuring approximately one inch above your eyebrows and ears. If your head size is between two helmet sizes, first try the smaller size. A correctly fitting helmet should not be able to move from side to side and up and down with the chinstrap fastened for a safe fit. If it is not snug, try a size smaller. Consider purchasing other size cheek pads or helmet liners to improve fit. Some helmets are designed with exchangeable cheek pads and liners; allowing smaller cheek pads or liners, in a slightly larger helmet or visa versa. Sizing Guidelines Hat Size Inches CM 2XS 6 3/8 - 6 1/2 20 1/8 - 20 1/2 51-52 XS 6 5/8 - 6 3/4 20 7/8 - 21 1/4 53-54 S 6 7/8 - 7 21 5/8 - 22 55-56 M 7 1/8 - 7 1/4 22 1/2 - 22 7/8 57-58 L 7 3/8 - 7 1/2 23 1/4 - 23 5/8 59-60 XL 7 5/8 - 7 3/4 24 - 24 3/8 61-62 2XL 7 7/8 - 8 24 3/4 - 25 1/2 63-64 3XL 8 1/8 - 8 1/4 25 5/8 - 26 65-66 4XL 8 3/8 - 8 1/2 26 3/8 - 26 3/4 67-68 5XL 8 5/8 - 8 3/4 27 1/8 - 27 1/2 69-70 TEN Inches CM S 201/8”-201/2” 51-52 M 207/8”-211/4” 53-54 L 215/8”-22” 55-56 JUNIOR Inches CM S 19.15”-19.50” 49-50 M 20.10”-20.45” 51-52 L 20.87”-21.26” 53-54 Please Note: Correct fitting apparel should provide protection and comfort; all helmets, leathers, jackets, gloves, boots, shoes and other safety gear only work as intended if sized properly.


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