Dickies Men
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Men's Fit Guide

MEASURING FOR PROPER FIT

Give all measurements in inches. If your measurements are between sizes, order the larger size. For greatest accuracy, have someone take your measurements rather than yourself. The tape measure should be pulled snug, not tight. Check the size scale of all garments being ordered to ensure that all measurements were taken at the proper points.

MEN'S PANTS, JEANS AND BIB OVERALLS

WAIST is taken at the top of the hipbone over shirt (not over pants). Tape should only be held snug, do not hold tape tight.

INSEAM is taken from the base of the crotch to the top of the shoe or boot. For jeans, add one inch.

It is advisable to ask the person being measured how he or she wears their pants. Not everyone wears their pants or jeans the same length or height on their hips.

MEN'S COVERALLS

CHEST SIZE is taken at the fullest point of the chest, keeping tape under arms and around shoulder blades. This measurement should be taken over clothing, preferably over same garment or types of garments to be worn with the coveralls.

LENGTH
We suggest using your same inseam measurement for pants, but subtracting 1 to 2 inches to accommodate Dickies lower crotch construction.

MEN'S SHIRTS

NECK measurement is the circumference of the neck as illustrated.

SLEEVE LENGTH is measured by placing one end of the tape at the bottom of the collar at the center of the back and marking the distance around the elbow to the bottom of the wrist. It is often helpful to have the arm slightly bent.

CHEST is taken at the fullest point of the chest, keeping tape under arms and around shoulder blades. Hold tape level and firmly but not tight.

JACKETS

CHEST SIZE is taken at the fullest point of the chest, keeping tape under arms and around shoulder blades. This measurement should be taken over clothing, preferably over garments or types of garments to be worn with the jacket.

SLEEVE LENGTH is measured by placing one end of the tape at the bottom of the collar at the center of the back and marking the distance around the elbow to the outer edge of the wrist.

Use this chart for converting neck or/and chest sizes to S, M L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL, or 5XL size. Measure your chest size and neck (as shown in the illustration above) to determine which size fits you best.

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