Our measuring guide below is how we measure our clothing for bottoms and tops. The best way to ensure the correct size is to measure one of your current pairs of bottoms/tops that fit you well, and compare to the sizing charts on each product page. If you have additional sizing questions, feel free to e-mail us or reach out to us on Instagram and we will help you out. Click on "Bottoms" or "Tops" to view our measuring guide for each article of clothing.
We provide most of the traditional measurements you typically see, but we include two thigh measurements-one measurement from the crotch seam and a second measurement from two inches down. We tend to find the majority of sizing issues-when the waist is sized correctly-arises from the thigh area being too tight. Using two measurements, we think you will have a better idea of how the pants will fit compared to your current best fitting pair.
Note: Unless you want a very skinny fit, we recommend the thigh measurement of the pants be at least 0.1” larger than the circumference of your actual thigh circumference.Waist
To measure the waist, pull the denim tight at the waist band to align the front and rear as much as possible (the front waistband usually sags below the rear). Place the measuring tape at one edge and measure to the opposite edge. Multiply this number by two.
To measure the front rise, place the measuring tape at the crotch seam and measure straight up towards the middle of the front waistband.
To measure the back rise, place the measuring tape at the crotch seam and measure straight up to the center of the back waistband. You may need to hold the back waistband and pull the crotch seam down and out to more easily measure from the crotch seam.
To measure the thigh (from the crotch), place the measuring tape at the crotch seam and measure directly across the leg such that the tape is perpendicular to the outseam.
Thigh (2” down)
To measure the thigh (2” down), first measure two inches down from the crotch and make note of this point.
Place the measuring tape at the point 2” down from the crotch and measure directly across the leg such that the tape is perpendicular to the outseam.
Knee (13” down)
To measure the knee, first measure 13” down from the crotch and make note of this point.
Place the measuring tape at the point 13” down from the crotch and measure directly across the leg such that the tape is perpendicular to the outseam.
To measure the hem, place the measuring tape on one edge at the leg opening and measure across.
To measure the inseam, make sure the leg is pulled out straight and place the measuring tape at the croth and measure along the contour of the legs down to the opening.
Sizing for tops can vary widely between various brands and even within the same brand for different styles. We tend to find that the best fitting shirts are ones where the shoulder measurement is equal or slightly larger than your actual shoulder measurement. The second most important is usually the chest measurement. Based on these two measurements compared to your actual body measurement, as well as comparisons to your best fitting shirt, you should be able to identify your correct size.Chest
To measure the chest, pull the shirt tight across the chest and measure from pit to pit. It may be helpful to raise the arms out of the way.
To measure the bottom (hem), pull the shirt tight across the bottom and measure from one bottom edge to the other.
To measure the shoulders, ensure the top section of the shirt is flat and pulled tight, and measure from one shoulder seam to the other.
To measure the sleeves, pull the arm straight out and measure from the shoulder seam down to the end of the cuff.
Ensure you measure from the shoulder seam.
The measure the [vertical] length of the shirt, lay the shirt flat on its front with the backside facing you. Measure from the center of the collar seam to the bottom of the shirt.
Ensure you measure from the collar seam.
We currently carry Viberg boots as our only footwear brand. As our offerings expand, we will update this section with more information on different lasts and styles. For Vibergs, generally they run one size larger than your normal sneaker sizes and your Brannock size. As such, most people size down one size, +/- 0.5 depending on your feet width, as well as the specific last of the boot.
1035 Last: The 1035 Last is a tweener between their 2030 and 2040 lasts. It takes the sleekness of the 2030 and combines it with the additional room in the toe box of the 2040. The result is what we consider the perfect combination of looks and fit for many folks, especially those who just don't know that their toes appreciate the extra width. If you have D width feet or smaller, we recommend sizing down one from your Brannock; if you have E width feet or larger, we recommend sizing down half a size from your Brannock.