Uniform Sizing Charts

At Superior Linen we hope that “my uniform doesn’t fit” are four words you never have to hear. Our goal is to supply each and every one of your employees with the perfect fitting uniform. Use our sizing charts for men and before you place an order to ensure a proper fit and feel.
sizing1Measuring For Men
  1. Neck Size: Standing at his side hold the tape snugly around his neck. The number of inches shown are his neck size.
  2. Chest Size: Standing in front, measure around the fullest part of his chest, under his arms and around the shoulder blades. The number of inches shown is his chest size.
  3. Chest Size: Standing in front, measure around his natural waistline, just above the hipbones. The number of inches shown is his waist size.
  4. Sleeve Length: Standing at his back, have him hold up one arm chest high and touch his nose. Measure from the bottom center back of neck (the round bone at the top of his spine), down the arm across the elbow to the far end of the wrist bone. The number of inches shown is his sleeve length.
  5. Inseam: You stand in front. Have him stand with both feet flat on the ground with legs slightly apart. Have him hold one end of the tape measure at the base of his crotch seam. You straighten the tape down the inside of his leg to the top of his shoe. The number of inches shown is his inseam length. Remember this measurement will be more accurate if he is wearing the actual shoes to be worn with the uniform.
sizing2Measuring for Women
  1. Bust: Standing at her side and holding tape firmly under one arm, measure around the shoulder blades, under arms and around the fullest part of her bust. She should keep her arms to her sides as much as possible – it will affect the measurement if they are raised to high. The number of inches shown is her bust size.
  2. Waist: Standing to her side, measure around her natural waistline. The number of inches shown is her waist size.
  3. Seat (hips): Standing to her side, measure around the fullest part of her hips. Start 7 to 8 inches below the natural waistline. If the tape can’t be moved up or down it’s not around the fullest part. The number of inches shown is her seat (or hip) measurement.
  4. Inseam: You stand in front. Have her stand with both feet flat on the ground with legs slightly apart. Have her hold one end of the tape measure at the base of her crotch seam. You straighten the tape down the inside of her leg to the top of her shoe. The number of inches shown is her inseam length. Remember this measurement will be more accurate if she is wearing the actual shoes to be worn with the uniform.