Front Length.

The front length, or centre-front, is a measurement we take from top of the centre front placket, to the bottom of the hem. This will always be a good indication of jacket length. Its good to keep in mind a jacket should always be slightly longer on the back to account for the curve of the shoulders.

As garment sizes increase, we grade anywhere from 1-2cm onto the length. Comprehensive size charts can be found below.

Pit to Pit.

Pit to Pit is a pretty self-explanatory measurement! This is from one arm pit to the other across the front. This is also known as 'half-chest'. Its a quick and easy way to gauge your chest size.

Our size charts will offer what pit to pit equates to in traditional chest size aswell. 

Arm length.
The measurement from the high shoulder point all the way to cuff end is the arm length. Our arm length is true to size and consistent across all jackets and shirts.

We generally always have 1-2cm of hem if you need to lengthen or shorten the arms at your local tailor.