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3 Sizing chart women Waist Bend to one side while standing in front of a mirror. Locate where your body naturally creases – this is your natural waist. Bend to the other side and locate your natural waist on that side. Stand upright and relaxed, and measure completely around your natural waistline. Unless purchasing a suit or zip together pants and jacket, use of a belt is strongly recommended to prevent creep during riding. Hip For riding comfort, women’s pants should be sized at her hips. Measure the total circumference at the hip’s largest point with a cloth tape measure, keeping the tape parallel to the floor. Hip measurement should be slightly lose and relaxed to avoid pinching and discomfort. Inseam Inseam measurement is critical for proper fit of riding pants and chaps. Stand upright and relaxed while measuring the total length of the inside seam from your crotch to your ankle. Most riding pants are made slightly longer to allow proper ankle protection. Select an inseam that is typical of your usual clothing. Above ankle boots are strongly recommended for safety and comfort while riding in any conditions. Riding Boots and Shoes Measure the length of both feet from the heel to the longest toe. Boots and shoes are sized in typical US measurements, however sizes may vary by manufacturer. Toe movement is important. Consider what weight socks you will wear for proper protection from the elements. Riding boots and shoes are primarily for protection while sitting. Comfort and movement are critical, and purchasing one-half size larger is recommended. Also, over ankle models are recommended for personal safety. If you usually wear a half size, and half sizes are not available, order the next size larger. Boots/Shoes USA Women European UK Japanese 4.5 35 2 215 5.5 36 3 220 6.5 37 4 230 7 38 5 240 8 39 6 250 8.5 40 6.5 255 9.5 41 7 260 10 42 8 270 11 43 8.5 275 11.5 44 9 280 - 45 10 290 - 46 10.5 - - 47 11 - - 48 11.5 - Gloves Gloves Measure the width of your hand across your palm and just below your knuckles, without including your thumb. Gloves are primarily for protection and controlled grip, yet finger movement is critical for circulation. If you have long fingers or if the measured size of your hand is between sizes of the gloves that interest you, choose the size larger for a loose fit. Remember that leather gloves break in and stretch slightly after some use. Shirts/Jackets (in.) Size U.S. Size Bust (in.) XS 0-2 30-32 S 4-6 32-34 M 8-10 34-36 L 12-14 38-40 XL 16-18 40-42 2XL 20-22 44-46 Pants (in.) Size U.S. Size Waist Hips Inseam XS 2-4 22-24 32-35 29 S 4-6 24-26 35-37 30 M 8-10 27-29 37-39 31 L 10-12 29-31 40-42 32 XL 14-16 32-34 42-44 33 2XL 18-20 36-38 46-48 34 Numeric Size Inches Size XS 2 1/8 - 2 5/8 7 S 2 5/8 - 3 1/8 8 M 3 1/8 - 3 5/8 9 L 3 5/8 - 4 1/8 10 XL 4 1/8 - 4 5/8 11 2XL 4 5/8 - 5 1/8 12 Please Note: Our sizing charts are to be used as a guide only. All size conversions are approximate and different brands may fit differently. Always consider your riding style and the weather conditions in your riding area.


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