US Sweatshirt Size Chart and How to Measure your Sweatshirt Size
Posted on May 02 2020
US Sweatshirt size chart in Inches
If you want to make the size values round, below are you US sweatshirt size chart values in Inches
US Sweatshirt size chart in Centimeters
If you want to make the size values round, below are you US sweatshirt size chart values in Centimeter.
Since sweatshirts are so popular, more and more people buy them every year, but not all of the buyers know how to properly measure the size of a sweatshirt to get the best possible fit. Measuring a sweatshirt can be challenging because they are cut differently from regular T-shirts, and their sizes also vary according to each person wearing them. However, it is important to keep in mind that a good portion of the sweatshirts come in free sizes, which makes it a bit easier for buyers, nevertheless you need to know how to measure them for future reference. Let's take a look at some of the steps you can follow to measure a sweatshirt properly:
Neck to Shoulder: Measure from middle of the neck to end of shoulder (where sleeve starts).
Check the size chart provided of our sweatshirts by searching above. You will have several simple options to choose from, so by just knowing the size of the shirt you are wearing, you will be able to pick the most appropriate sweatshirt size. Our product sizes include small, medium, large, and extra-large ( 2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL.) If the product size and specs are not clear, always clarify with us.
Sleeve length: Measure from the shoulder to the wrist.
If you don't know your size, you have to measure yourself. You need a tape measure and a friend. Take off your jacket or sweater and remain with only what you intend to wear with the sweatshirt. Then ask your friend to measure your neck, sleeve, shoulder, and chest.
Ask your friend to measure the chest by wrapping the tape measure around the torso, just under the armpits. If you have a big bust, measure the fullest part of your bust. To measure your shoulders, your partner should run the tape measure from one end of the shoulder to the next. To determine the sleeve length, ask your friend to stretch out the tape measure from the top of your shoulder down to your wrist.
Shoulder to Shoulder: Measure this length from one shoulder to another.
Once you have all the measurements, go to our size guide in order to find out if you are a small, medium, or large. You may not fit exactly into one size; if your chest is a small size, but your neck is a medium, go with the next size for comfort. Remember that clothing companies measure clothe pieces differently, which is why knowing your sweatshirt size is of the utmost importance.