How to measure size ?

Sizes for each garment are mentioned in description of that particular product.
Sizes stated are in cm and they are half chest measurements. They are true to size, however industry standard allows for +/- 5% which is about 1-2cm.

Half Chest measurement relates to the width of the t-shirts or garments, not the body. The measurement is obtained by laying the t-shirt (hoodie, shirt or other top) flat on a flat surface. The garment is then measured across the front, side-seam to side-seam, from just a few centimetres below where the sleeve joins the body of the garment.

A garment with a half chest measurement of 50cm would be skin-tight on a person with a 100cm chest. Therefore, the half chest measurement - when doubled - should be a few centimetres more than the person's actual chest measurement (depending on desired fit and garment stretch).

Here is a sample photo for reference.
Half Chest Measurement
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