Size Chart Trousers 6-7

 

All of the following measurements are indicated in centimeters.

 

Please do note that these are only approximate guidelines, and that depending on the material, these measurements may not see themselves accurately corresponding to the measurements of the actual garment, and should therewith be considered as merely indicative. 

 

Please refer to the instructions at the bottom on the measuring method to be utilized in order to get as accurate of an estimation as possible of the correct size to choose.

 

Trousers 6-7

Size

I

II

III

IV

1. Waist

75

80

85

90

2. Hip

50

52

54

56

3. Outer Length

90

91

92

93

4. Inner Length

66

67

68

69

5. Rise

25

25.5

26

26.5

6. Leg Opening

16

16.5

17

17.5

 

 

In order to get as accurate of an idea as possible of the potential fit of these garments it is recommended that one makes comparative measurements on a piece of clothing which one already owns, and finds oneself satisfied with.

 

1. Waist – From the front, following the length of the waistband, measure the distance between the button and the buttonhole.

 

2. Hip – From the front, measure the distance of the widest points of the garment passing above, or near, the the absolute end of the fly opening.

 

3. Outer Length – From the front, measure the distance between the top of the waistband and the leg opening at the other end of the garment, following the seam on the side

 

4. Inner Length – From the front, measure the the distance between the crossing seams at the crotch and the leg opening, following the inner seam of the garment.

 

5. Rise – From the front, measure the distance between the crossing seams at the crotch and the top of the waistband, following the seam at the front leading to the fly opening.

 

6. Leg Opening – From the front, measure the opening of the leg at the bottom of the trousers.