|'Youth' or 'Boys' Clothing Sizing|
|Age (Guide Only)||5||6||8||10||12-14|
|'Kids' Clothing Sizing|
|Body Armour Sizing|
|Youth||Youth - Adult||Adult||Adult XL|
|For Weights 50 to 120+ LBS or Heights 4'3" to 5'4"||For Weights 110 to 165+ LBS or Heights 5'2" to 5'11"||For Weights 155 to 240 LBS or Heights 5'8" to 6'6"||For Weights 210 to 300+LBS or Heights 5'9" to 6'9"|
|Adult Sock Sizing|
|11, 12, 13||1 - 6|
|REMEMBER - This is a guide and sizing does vary across models due to different specifications and technicalities in the construction process. Figures quoted are for guide purposes based on average fit. |
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If you are unsure about your size, compare your measurements to the CHARTS provided to determine the correct fit. These charts will give you a good idea of the size to order, but be sure to read special sizing information that may accompany an item description. Some merchandise dimensions may vary from the averages charted here.
Holding the tape firm and level, measure around the fullest part of the chest, just under the arms and around the shoulder blades.
With tape loose but level, measure at the height you prefer to wear your waistband.
Take a pair of pants that fit you well and measure from the crotch to the bottom of the leg. For shorts, measure from the crotch to where the shorts will end.
With elbow slightly bent, measure from the centre of neck (backside), over point of shoulder, around elbow and down to the wrist.
Hand measure should be taken across the fullest part of the palm not including the thumb. This will give a measurement in cm - which corresponds with the sizing below - eg. 10cm across the palm would be size '10' or 'Large'
Boots and Socks
Use your regular shoe size as a reference. Boots are in men's sizes.
Helmet sizing should be taken around the largest part of the forehead