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The "measurements profile" together with your body measurements allow us to make your perfect-fit polo shirt.

Taking measurements is a simple operation which you will only need to do once. The easiest method is to get somebody to help you, if possible with a soft tailor's tape measure (available from most supermarkets).

How To Take The Neck Measurement

The neck measurement is carried out by measuring your neck circumference with a measuring tape. The polo shirt collar will be made using this exact measurement.

It is important to place your index finger between the tape measure and your neck to provide the desired fitting, or the degree of comfort or tightness preferred.

How To Take The Neck Measurement

  • Place the unbuttoned shirt on a flat surface with the button side up
  • Do not take the measurement from edge to edge
  • Place the start of the measuring tape at the stitching at the back of the collar button
  • Extend the tape across the collar
  • Take the measurement reading at middle of the buttonhole

If you know the collar size of one of your pre-existing shirts, you can use this measurement. It corresponds to the shirt size itself and is expressed either in centimeters (example:40) or inches (example:17).

How To Take The Chest Measurement

Measure the circumference of your chest.

It is important to take faithful, accurate measurements relating to your body. The fitting is provided by the type of polo shirt.

How To Take The Chest Measurement

  • Place the buttoned shirt on a flat surface with the button side facing up
  • Place start of measuring tape 2cm (3/4in) below the left armhole stitching
  • Extend the tape across the shirt
  • Take the measurement reading at the right edge of the shirt

How To Take The Waist Measurement

Measure your waist at its widest point i.e. your navel.

It is important to take faithful, accurate measurements relating to your body. The fitting is provided by the type of polo shirt.

How To Take The Waist Measurement

  • Place the buttoned shirt on a flat surface with the button side facing up
  • Count the shirt's first six buttons, using the collar button as number one
  • Starting at the left edge, extend the tape across the shirt between the fifth and sixth button
  • Take the measurement reading at the right edge of the shirt

We will double the measurement that you give us to calculate your final waist measurement.

How To Take The Shoulder Measurement

Measure the size of your shoulder at its widest point.

How To Take The Shoulder Measurement

  • Place the buttoned shirt on a flat surface with the button side down
  • Place the start of the measuring tape at the left shoulder stitching
  • Extend the tape across the shirt's yoke horizontal stitching
  • Take measurement reading at the right shoulder stitching

How To Take The Left Sleeve Measurement

Measure your arm from your shoulder to your wrist (included), while keeping your arm outstretched at 90 degrees.

How To Take The Left Sleeve Measurement

  • Place the buttoned shirt on a flat surface
  • Place the start of measuring tape at top of the shoulder stitching
  • Extend the tape down the sleeve
  • Take the measurement reading at the very end of the cuff

If you are measuring a shirt with double French cuffs, please ensure that these are folded before measuring.

How To Take The Left Sleeve Measurement

Measure your arm from your shoulder to your wrist (included), while keeping your arm outstretched at 90 degrees.

How To Take The Left Sleeve Measurement

  • Place the buttoned shirt on a flat surface
  • Place the start of measuring tape at top of the shoulder stitching
  • Extend the tape down the sleeve
  • Take the measurement reading at the very end of the cuff

If you are measuring a shirt with double French cuffs, please ensure that these are folded before measuring.

How To Take The Left Cuff Measurement

Measure your wrists at the point of articulation.

It is important to take faithful, accurate measurements relating to your body. The fitting is provided by the type of polo shirt.

How To Take The Left Cuff Measurement

  • Place the unbuttoned cuff on a flat surface as if preparing to iron
  • Place the start of the measuring tape at one edge of the cuff
  • Extend the tape horizontally across the fully opened cuff
  • Take the measurement reading at other edge of the cuff

How To Take The Left Cuff Measurement

Measure your wrists at the point of articulation.

It is important to take faithful, accurate measurements relating to your body. The fitting is provided by the type of polo shirt.

How To Take The Left Cuff Measurement

  • Place the unbuttoned cuff on a flat surface as if preparing to iron
  • Place the start of the measuring tape at one edge of the cuff
  • Extend the tape horizontally across the fully opened cuff
  • Take the measurement reading at other edge of the cuff

How To Take The Length Measurement

This measurement will be used for the length behind the polo shirt. Take the measurement from the base of your neck down to below your buttocks.

How To Take The Length Measurement

  • Place the buttoned shirt on a flat surface with the button side down
  • Place the start of the measuring tape at the bottom of the collar
  • Extend the tape vertically down back of shirt
  • Take the measurement reading at shirt's hem

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