1. Shoulder Breadth
Find the end of your shoulder bone and measure straight across from end to end. 

 

To fit properly, the seam over the shoulder (where the sleeve joins the body of the shirt) should not be sliding down onto the arm or pulling tightly across your shoulders.

2. Chest Circumference
Measure around the fullest part of your chest at your underarm with the tape flat across your back.

Cargo Crew's shirts should fit comfortably giving you a full range of motion. It may feel snug, but not tight. Your chest should "fill out" the shirt but if the buttons pull when you're standing still with your arms down, then it's too tight. 

3. Neck Circumference
Measure around the base of your neck leaving room for 2 fingers inside the measuring tape. 

You should be able to button the collar easily with room to spare. Note that collar size may be irrelevant if you don't fasten the top button of your shirt.  

Dropped Waist Circumference 
Measure your dropped waist circumference about 3" below your belly button at about the top of your hip bone. Pants are designed to fit so that the waistband sits well below your belly button. This is why you will need to take a dropped waist measurement to find your correct size.

 

Hip / Seat Circumference
Measure your hip/seat at the fullest part of your bottom (about 8" below your dropped waist position).

 

Cargo Crew's pants should be a slimmer fit than suit pants or dress trousers. They should fit snugly but comfortably without causing the pockets to pull open.

Compare your measurement to the body measurement chart above to determine which size range your body measurements fall into. If your measurements vary into more than one size range, choose the larger size.

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