|To assist in the selection of a suitable size, the following conventions
are used throughout the online catalogue of this website.
|Jackets : Coats : Jerseys : One-piece suits|
Sizes in reference to these garments are chest measurement in inches. Where comparative sizes are used, they correspond as in the following table.
The convention for sizes with shirts is for collar size, measured in inches. Many government issue shirts, however, and some commercial manufacturers now use a comparative size range with the following correspondence.
These are always measured in waist size in inches. Where leg length is required this is the inside leg measurement. Military style trousers are now very popular with women and to assist in selecting the correct size, the following offers a reasonably accurate conversion.
Should your interest be in trousers made in a camouflage material this link can offer some information of the types of camouflage available
Bib & brace overalls
Although based upon waist sizes, allowance must be made for the clothing beneath. A good rule of thumb is to add 4" to the users waist size to obtain the equivalent size.
e.g. 36" waist will require 40" bib and brace.
Comparative sizes relate as follows :