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Maximum comfort and ease of movement are an absolute must when it comes to industrial garments. To achieve that, you need to know how to size your workwear properly.

Start measuring from the top, i.e. neck, shoulders and chest to the sleeves. Then, go further through to the waist and down to the leg to work out what size workwear fits you best. Use a flexible tape measure and don’t pull it too tight.

Take the necessary measurements depending on the clothing item you need. For example, measuring your neck size is completely irrelevant if you’re getting a new pair of work pants, but it’s necessary for ordering the right size for your new high visibility work shirt.

Workwear sizes differ from manufacturer to manufacturer or between brands. However, there are several essential guidelines based on actual body measurements you can follow to determine which size is correct for you.

Workwear Size Chart

Men’s Sizes (cm) Women’s Sizes (cm)
Sizes Chest Waist Seat Bust Waist Hips
XS 94-97 82-85 98-101 78-81 63-65 88-91
S 98-101 86-89 102-105 82-85 66-69 92-95
M 102-105 90-94 106-109 86-89 70-73 96-98
L 106-109 95-99 110-113 90-93 74-77 99-101
XL 110-113 100-104 114-117 94-97 78-81 102-104

Consider these sizes as a general guide; don’t hesitate to take your own measurements before getting a new piece of workwear.

It’s highly recommended that you try on a garment, if available, or get someone’s help to take precise measurements so that your workwear is just the right size; important for your safety and flawless professional performance.

Sizing workwear can get tricky because it differs from sizing regular clothes and is unique to almost every brand or manufacturer.

That’s why the following clear-cut measuring guidelines about what to measure and how are essential before ordering workwear and wasting money on ill-fitting garments.

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