Free range sizing
If you fit a medium jacket, it's likely you will also fit a medium in the rest of our thermals, pants and Personal Floatation Devices (PFDs) – but everyone is different. Nothing beats actually trying our gear on for size. Click here to find a local shop. These sizing charts are a useful guide too.
- Inside leg –From the ankle bone to your groin.
- Chest –Horizontally under the armpits and around the fullest part of your chest and shoulder blades
- Bust –Horizontally around the fullest part of your bust
- Waist –The circumference at the smallest part of your stomach, often at the belly button. For most women this is about an inch above the belly button
- Hips –The fullest part of your hips
- Head –The broadest part of your head, a little way above your eyebrows and ears
- Hands–From the tip of your longest finger to the base of your palm at the wrist, this is your hand length measurement. Then wrap the tape measure around your hand at the widest part of the palm and lightly close your hand before taking the measurement – this is your hand circumference
- Height is the most important measurement when buying for children. The age ranges are provided as a guide.
PFD size guide