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Special Tips to Get The Right Size Biker Leather Clothing

June 7, 2010 by  
Filed under Biker Tips

Get it right the first time you will surely be disappointed if your beautiful leathers arrive and they don’t fit correctly. Online is a great place to buy leathers but you want to be sure to get your size right. Making a mistake here may mean sending it back and that means extra costs.


Many biker leather sites have sizing charts and you will use these measurement procedures and the sizing chart to determine your final size.


First: how to measure for the correct size For women Measure around the fullest part of bust under arms with arms relaxed down at sides. For men Chest:Measure around chest just under arms across shoulder blades with arms relaxed down at sides.For Coat/Length: Measure from the highest point of the shoulder down.

Height: Measure from top of head down standing barefoot on a hard flat surface with normal posture.

Hips: Measure around fullest part of body at the top of legs with feet together.

Inseam: Measure from inside crotch seam to the hem of pants that fit you well.

Waist: Measure around natural waistline, which appears as crease when bending to one side.

Neck: Measure around fullest part of neck.

Sleeve: Measure from center back of neck, over point of shoulder, and down outside of arm past elbow to wrist with arm relaxed.


LEATHER JACKETS and VESTS Leather jackets have number sizes that correspond to chest inches. For example, a size 46 jackets would measure 46 inches. It is best to measure your chest while wearing a shirt and then to order the next size higher in a leather jacket or vest. For example, if your chest measures 45-46 inches, then order a Size 48.


To measure, use a standard tape measure and wrap the tape measure around your back, just under your armpits and then loosely across your chest. If your waist size exceeds your chest size, then use your waist measurement and go up one size. You can also supply us with your measurements at the time of the order.


You want to choose a jacket that is big enough for your actual chest measurement. And you want to make sure the size will be big enough for your belly (if you have one). The max belly for any size jacket is approximately 6″ less than the jacket size (example: max belly for a 46 is a 40″ belly).


Size charts for chaps are listed in most sizing charts. The most important measurement for chaps is the thigh. Using a standard tape measure, measure around the thickest part of your thigh while wearing jeans or pants. Do not order a pair of chaps that are less than your thigh measurement. Each pair of chaps can be adjusted down should your waist size be less than what is listed in the size chart.


If they are going to be worn for cold weather riding put on all of your under garments and then take your measurements.


Helmet size charts are listed with the description for each helmet. To measure your head, use a standard tape measure and wrap the tape measure around the back of your head, just above the ears and then across the forehead. If your head size is between two sizes, order the smaller size, as it is better if the helmet fits tighter than too loose.


Please take into account the clothing you will be wearing underneath your jacket or vest when selecting your size. Your shirt size will not necessarily be your jacket or vest size.


In order to provide maximum protection while riding, you should purchase leathers that are designed for your riding style and that fit comfortably and properly.


Please take into account the clothing you will be wearing underneath your vest when selecting your size. Your shirt size will not necessarily be your vest size.


If you have any doubts be sure and send an email describing any questions you may have.

We would like you to visit our website to see our beautiful biker leather.


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