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Clothing Size Chart

*****HOW TO DETERMINE YOUR SIZE WHEN ORDERING GARMENTS*****

Chest/Bust Measurement - measure around the fullest part of the chest/bust area.  The tape should be snug, under the arms and around the shoulder blades.  This measurement (in inches) is your CHEST.

Waist - All of our cartridge belts and clothing are measured by waist measurements. To determine your waist size, measure a trouser belt (that fits) from the outer edge of the buckle to the most used hole. Use this waist size as determined by this method only. This measurement (in inches) is your WAIST. On high waisted cowboy pants you will want to measure two inches above where your belt goes on a pair of modern pants.

Seat/Hips - measure around the fullest part of seat/hips, standing with heels together.  This measurement (in inches) is your HIPS.

Sleeve Length - measure with arm raised level with shoulder starting tape in the middle of the back between the shoulder blades, level with raised arm.  Measure from the middle of back, around the elbow to one inch past the wrist joint.  This measurement (in inches) is your SLEEVE. 

Neck Size - measure around the neck at the point where your shirt collar button would be.  This measurement (in inches) is you NECK.

NOTE: The chart below is a guide.  Depending on the style of the garment, some people like their clothing  tighter or looser than others.  If you are uncertain on what size to order, please call us and we will be glad to help you decide on the proper size.

NO RETURN ON ANY CLOTHING THAT HAS BEEN WASHED!!!



MEN'S SHIRTS

SIZE CHEST NECK SLEEVE
S 37-39 14-14 1/2 32-33
M 40-42 15-15 1/2 33-34
L 43-45 16-16 1/2 34-35
XL 46-48 17-17 1/2 35-36
XXL 49-51 18-19 1/2 36-37
XXXL 52-54 18-20 36-37

WOMEN'S

SIZE BUST WAIST HIPS
6 30 1/2 23 32 1/2
8 31 1/2 24 33 1/2
10 32 1/2 25 34 1/2
12 34 26 1/2 36
14 36 28 38
16 38 30 40
18 40 32 42
20 42 34 44

XS       S        M          L        XL   

  4     6  8 10 12 14 16 18 20 



   

 

 
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