Take the measurements from your armpits and circle the widest part of your chest keeping the measuring tape horizontal.
2. FRONT LENGTH
Take the measurement between the base of your neck and your waist.
3. SLEEVE LENGTH
Measure from the base/side of your neck and let it run along your arm, ending at the wrist, to get an estimate of the sleeve length.
4. WAIST SIZE
Take the measurement by wrapping your waist, just above your hips. keep the measuring tape horizontal.
Now that you have measured yourself, choose the size of your item using the table below.
Rashguards are compression equipment: the cut is very fitted (second skin effect) and the fabric is stretchy.
HOW TO WEAR IT
For an optimal feeling of compression, follow the size recommendations relating to the measurements you have taken.
for a lighter compression, choose a size above.
BETWEEN TWO SIZES?
If you are between two sizes, favor the chest measurement as a reference point.
if your measurement corresponds to the upper range value of the size, choose the larger size for a light compressing effect, or the recommended size maximum compression.
if your chest size is 95cm / 37,4 inches, the recommended size is xs
- for a product with light compression, opt for the s
- for a product with optimal compression, opt for the xs
rashguards are compression suits. remember to take your body shape into account