MEN Suit jackets, blazers and coats
Men’s US sizes for suit jackets, coats and blazers are based on the chest width and your height. When you measure your chest, you should stick a finger between the measuring tape and your body. The result simply equals your jacket size. Depending on your height, you then have to choose between short (S), regular (R) or long (L).
US Letter sizes – XS to XXXL
Use this size table to find out men’s clothing sizes in US Letter sizes (Small/Medium/Large). When you’ve taken your measurements, find the size in the table below that corresponds best with your results.
|MEN’S SIZE STANDARDS – US LETTER SIZES|
|Neck (inches)||13-13 1/2||14-14 1/2||15-15 1/2||16-16 1/2||17-17 1/2||18-18 1/2||19-19 1/2|
|Sleeve (inches)||31 1/2-32||32 1/2-33||33 1/2-34||34 1/2-35||35 1/2-36||36-36 1/2||36 1/2-37|
Use these for converting sizes for jackets, suits, coats, trousers and dress shirts between American, English, European, Japanese and Korean size systems. Men’s sizes – Suit jackets, blazers and coats Use this table to convert between American, English, European, Russian, Japanese and Korean sizes for men’s suits, jackets and coats. The European size covers among others Italian, French, Spanish, German, Swedish, Dutch and Portuguese clothing. The UK size is same as the Australian.
Men’s sizes – Pants Use this table to convert between American and European sizes for men’s pants/trousers.
Men’s sizes – Dress shirt sizes Use this table to convert between American, English, European and Japanese sizes for men’s dress shirts.
American dress shirt sizes has two size numbers. The first is your neck size, and the other is your sleeve length, both in inches. European dress shirts however only have one size number, for the neck size, and standard sleeve lengths. This chart converts between American and European neck sizes.
|system||dress shirt sizes, neck size|