Jean Measurement Guide

Measuring Guide:

Take 5 minutes to get the right fit by measuring a reference pair of jeans/pants that you have at home. Using the reference measurements, you can better select a fit and size from our charts (highly recommended) or you could simply replicate the measurements using custom measurements (upon approval by our pattern master)

For maximum accuracy, use a pair of NON-STRETCH jeans or pants as a reference measurement. Always remember to ensure that jeans is pressed flat and the fabric is fully spread out before each measurement.


1) Waist – Measure the inner circumference at the top of the waistband to get the total waist measurement.

2) Seat  Lay the jeans flat and ensure that the fabric is fully spread out. Measure 16.5cm from below the front waistband and measure the width end-to-end.

Seat Measurement

3) Front Rise – Measure from the top of the front waistband to the bottom crotch seam.

Front Rise

4 ) Back Rise – Measure from the top of the back waistband to the bottom crotch seam.

Back Rise

5) Thigh – Measure from 2.5cm below the bottom crotch seam and measure the thigh width end-to-end. 


6) Knee – Measure from 35.5cm below the bottom crotch seam and measure the knee width end-to-end.


7) Leg Opening – Press the leg opening flat and measure end-to-end.

Leg Opening

8) Inseam – Measure the inseam length from the bottom crotch seam to the end of the leg opening.

Jacket Measurement Guide

1) Shoulder – Lay jacket/shirt flat on the ground and measure end-to-end from the peak of the shoulders


2) Arm Opening – Measure the length of the arm opening at the seam.

Arm Opening

3) Sleeve Length – Measure the length underneath the sleeve

Sleeve Length

4) Chest – Measure the length from pit-to-pit.


5) Back Length – Measure the length from the bottom of collar to bottom of jacket.

Back Length