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Sizing

Sizing

Many of the products FMP offer requires exact sizing information. For your safety and comfort it s important to get the correct fit. Please read below to view our sizing guidelines. Manufacturers may differ slightly in their sizes. This is a general guideline.

Gloves
Measure around the hand at the fullest part (excluding thumb). If right-handed use right hand and vice versa. The number of inches equals glove size. Different manufacturers will vary slightly, but below is an estimate for most gloves.
Small = 7.5 – 8 inches
Medium = 8.5 – 9 inches
Large = 9.5 – 10 inches
X-Large = 10.5 – 11 inches
XX-Large = 11.5 – 12 inches

Chest/Bust
Using a cloth tape, measure around the fullest part of chest, keeping tape up under arms and around shoulder blades. Different manufacturers will vary slightly, but below is an estimate for most shirts.
Small = 30-32 inches
Medium = 35-36 inches
Large = 38-40 inches
X-Large = 42-44 inches
XX-Large = 46-48 inches

Neck
Measure around the base of neck allowing for a comfortable fit, or measure a shirt collar that fits you well. Lay the collar flat and measure from the center collar button to the far end of the button hole. The number of inches equals your size.

Sleeve
Using a cloth tape, measure from the center of the collar in the back, across the shoulder and down the sleeve. The number of inches equals your size.

Waist
Using a cloth tape, measure around the waist, over body (not over shirt or slacks) at the height you normally wear your slacks. Keep one finger between the tape and body. The number of inches equals your size. Different manufacturers will vary slightly, but below is an estimate for most pants.
X-Small = 24-26 inches
Small = 28-30 inches
Medium = 32-34 inches
Large = 36-38 inches
X-Large = 40-42 inches
XX-Large = 44-46 inches

Belts
Order your belts larger than your actual waist size. If you are between even sizes, order the next larger size.

Inseam
Using a cloth tape, take a pair of your best fitting uniform pants (not jeans) and measure from the crotch to the bottom of the pant leg.

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