Men's Jacket Sizing Guide

How to Find Your Correct Size
Measure your chest size, at the widest part.  This will give your jacket size.  For example, a chest measurement of 40 inches would mean that your jacket size will be 40 inches.  The other measurements given below are for the measurements of the jacket and not of the body.

To take your chest measurement, have the tape measure under your arms and measure the widest part of your chest.  Have the tape measure sit comfortably around your chest - not too tight or too loose.  Make sure you are relaxed when taking the measurement, making sure you are not puffing your chest out, or holding your breath. 

Short, Regular or Long?
Generally, if you are under 5' 7'' (170 cm), you will require a short length;  
If you are 5' 7'' to 6' (170 -183cm) you will require a regular length; and
If you are over 6' (183cm) you will require long length.

Ask Us
There are exceptions, so if you are in any doubt, feel free to email us your measurements and we will advise you which size should fit you the best.  Please provide us with your:
- Chest size;
- Arm length (taken from the top of your arm bone to the end of your wrist);
- Back length (taken from where your neck joins your back to the bottom of your buttocks); and
- Height. 

Use this table to convert between UK, US, European, Russian, Japanese and Korean sizes for jackets. The European size covers among others Italian, French, Spanish, German, Swedish, Dutch and Portuguese clothing. The Australian size is same as the UK.
UK 36 38 40 42 44 46 48
US 36 38 40 42 44 46 48
EUROPE 46 48 50 52 54 56 58
RUSSIA 46 48 50 52 54 56 58
JAPAN 38 40 42 44 46 48 50
KOREA 95 100 105 110 115 120 125