Your Measurements

ProWearGear uses UNISEX Sizing. This is possible because the powerful protective fabrics we use for our protective panels are not only light, soft, flexible and fold-able but they also bend easily and comfortably to fit over the unique contours of both women’s and men’s body types.

ProWearGear Sizes
use measurements below for QUOTE Form

* for FINAL ORDER provide detailed measurements with Personal Measurement Form above.

STANDARD BODY SIZES:  (CHEST SIZE in inches)

M– 40″-42″               L– 44″-46″

XL- 48″-50″             2XL– 52″-54″            3XL– 56″-58″

STANDARD HEIGHT:

Short:      4′ 8″ to 5′ 2″
Regular:  5′ 3″ to 5′ 7″
Tall:          5′ 8″ to 6′ 2″

STANDARD BODY BUILD:

Slim                  Regular

CUSTOM SIZE GEAR:

The following sizes can be built for an extra fee

CHEST SIZE  (in inches):

XS-32″-34″       S-36″-38″

 4XL-60″-62″     5XL-64″-66″      6XL-68″-70″

CUSTOM
HEIGHT :
          6’3″ and taller
BODY BUILD :  Husky

TO PLACE AN ORDER
use Personal Measurement Form above

This is a Custom Order and Final Sale
Accurate Measurements Are A “MUST” To Ensure Best Fit

1. What to wear when taking measurements –  Light clothing, t-shirt, light pants, sock feet
2. Use the fill-able form below to record your measurements and include with order request
3. Ask a buddy or tailor or clothing person in your agency to help take your measurements
4. Use a cloth tape measure – buy them at Dollar-type stores

5. Or use string/twine, mark distance with “Sharpie” and measure length on steel tape

6. Unless you are a board, don’t use a steel measuring tape for measurements

7. Take measurements – standing tall, hands at sides, in sock feet
8. Date and keep record of these measurements
9. Measurements are body measurements, NOT  while wearing work gear or clothing

Measurements Required

A. Neck – widest circumference of neck

B. Chest – Record as 3 separate measurements

B.1 fullest circumference,
B.2 keep measuring tape parallel to floor
B.3 at under arms – across back

C. Waist – narrowest circumference

D. Hips –measure fullest circumference 9″ below waist

E. Arms – Record as 3 separate measurements

E.1 center back at base of neck to edge of shoulder
E.2 shoulder to tip of elbow
E.3 tip of elbow to wrist

F. Bicep – Widest circumference, with firm/flex muscle

G. Center Back – @ back from base of neck to waist

H. Shoulders – full width across shoulder to shoulder

I. Inseam – Inside seam from crotch to ankle

J. Knee – Under knee cap to ankle

K. Calf – Widest circumference at calf

L. Ankle – Widest circumference at ankle

M. Knee to Waist – outside side seam – knee cap to waist

N. Torso – 2 part measurement – be generous to ensure fit

N.1 From front at center of shoulder
diagonally to center at crotch
N.2 from center at crotch diagonally up back to start point of same shoulder
If not accurate, there will not be ease of movement to bend,
coveralls will bite/dig into the crotch

O. Height – in stocking feet; back straight, spine to wall, mark highest point from top of head to floor

P. Hand – with hand flat, fingers spread apart

P.1 circumference around big knuckles
P.2 tip from longest(middle) finger to wrist
P.3 wrist to big joint of thumb
P.4 circumference of wrist

The following measurements are
required by Type of Gear:

T-Shirt

A, B, C, D, E, F,G, H, O

Jacket

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, O

Coveralls

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O

Gaiters

J, K, L, M. O