Measurement & Size Guide

Clothing sizes vary widely between brands, and are often inconsistent even within the same brand. We’ve included specific sizing charts for each of our clothing styles and directions on how to measure, in order to make it easy for you to get the right fit! We gladly accept returns for store credit (less shipping) if your shirt isn't the right size. Please see our Return & Refund Policy for details.

To ensure that you’re measuring your body accurately:

-Use a cloth measuring tape (not a metal one). 

-Measure only over bare skin or skin-tight clothes.

Don’t have a cloth measuring tape handy? Use a ribbon that is around ½”. Make a mark on the ribbon while taking the measurement, then lay the ribbon down on a flat surface and measure it out with a metal measuring tape.  


Step 1: Measure your chest size.

Women: Place one end of the tape measure at the fullest part of your bust and wrap it around your body to get the measurement, keeping the tape parallel to the floor.

Men and kids: Place one end of the tape measure at the center of your chest. Wrap it around your body, keeping the tape parallel to the floor.

 Step 2: Find your size using the size chart. There is a different size chart for each style of shirt.

"Body width" refers to the width of the shirt laid flat. You will need to either double the number on the chart or divide your chest measurement in half to find your size. See examples using the chart for our Ringer tees below:

-Your measurement is 36".  Divide your measurement in half (18) and find your size in the "Body Width" section: Size S.

-If you measured 37", divide that in half (18.5"), a size S would be a snug fit in the chest, and a size M would fit on the looser side. Choose according to your preferred fit. 

-If you measured 38.25", double the chart's "Body Width" to make it easier. Size M would be a good fit (20"x 2 = 40")

Step 3: Measure how long the shirt will be on you.

After finding your shirt size (by measuring your chest size and comparing it to the size chart), place the beginning end of the measure on top between your shoulder and neck. Standing up straight, let the measure fall over your chest. Using the length measurement from the chart, based on your size, you’ll be able to tell approximately how long the shirt will be on you.

*Length will seem to vary depending on bust and waist size and how snug or loosely the shirt fits; If it’s a really snug fit, it’ll seem shorter.