Selvedge denim sizing can get a little daunting at times. The following easy steps show how we measure our denim and chinos. The most ideal way to figure out your size is to measure the best fitting pair you already have in your closet. If you have further questions about measuring or figuring out your size, e-mail us at email@example.com and we will help you make the right decision.
Featured denim: Japan Blue Jeans JB0437 15.7 oz. Zimbabwe cotton selvedge denim.
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Place your flexible tape measure inside the waist of your favorite pair and measure along it. Use paper clips or clothes pins to keep tape close to the inside of waistband as possible. This eliminates any gaps along the outside of the jeans and gives you your perfect waist measurement.
Lay your jeans on the ground and measure from the crotch seam to the top of the front waistband.
Lay your jeans on the ground front side down and measure from the crotch seam to the top of the back waistband.
To find your thigh measurement, take the tape from the crotch (not from the crotch seam but the edge closest to the side you are measuring ) and measure directly to the side of the leg.
Knee measurements are taken exactly 14″ down from the crotch seam.
To find your inseam length, lay your jeans on the ground and measure from the crotch seam to the hem.
Measure the bottom of the jean’s hem from side to side.