The key to a good fit is naturally
is a good measurement. It's not all that hard. It takes a little
and attention. Remember
you're not building a space vehicle, so measuements aren't super
critical. A 1/8" or a 1/4" won't ruin the custom fit. Suggestion: print
the form first and fill in the blanks, then you can get back on the
web page with all your info ready to go. You can seek the services
of a tailor, seamstress, alternation department, etc.
Questions: Call Toll Free 1-210-399-3436 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tip: Take measurements from an old shirt or send the shirt to
us will do the work
put one finger under tape
and pull tape snug ate the
widest part of neck.Then
loosen to where it feels
comfortable or measure-
This is the most Important
straight across the back
from shoulder edge to
shoulder edge over the
Using two fingers undertape,
pull tapesnug around the widest point of chest. Then loosen till it
feels comfortable.We do the rest.
two fingers under the tape, pull tape snug around the wasist. Then
loosen to where
it feels comfortable.. Please take it over largest part of belly.
Using two fingers
under the tape, pull tape snug around at the widest point.(usually
about 6" below the waist) Then loosen slightly and measure.
With head straight
forward, measure from the protruding point of the collar bone down
to whatever length is desired. Usually about just below the zipper
Bend elbow slightly, as shown.
Measure from the protruding top backbone at center back, over to the
end of shoulder, around elbow, to where you want the cuff to reach
snugly.If wrist watch is worn, measure directly over the watch.