Garment sizing info

Because we sew many of our clothes our own workshop, are a not limited by normal sizing restrictions, we can make design decisions based on fit, not on saving a few bucks on material (why are other brands' XL's so short?) 

In general, we follow the standard US men's fit recommendations but add some additional length in the larger sizes to maintain the same proportions as our smaller offerings. If plan on skiing or snowboarding in our clothes and prefer a roomy, tall fit, you should be stoked. If you are looking for something more fitted for every day wear, take a look at the spec charts below and bust out a tape measure. Keep in mind that the measurements listed are the actual lay-flat specs of the garment, not body measurements. We don't pretend to know how loose of tight you want something to fit, and listing the garment dimensions allows you to compare to clothes already in your wardrobe. 

Our hoodies are designed to fit a large range of sizes. They are based on the US Mens/Unisex standards but with added length. The bottom of the waist cuff will fall below the butt for most people. Men should start with their normal shirt size and work out from there. Women should start one size down from their normal shirt size.