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Tips that will help you choose the right size 

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Read our reviews

We have 397,722 customer reviews on our site and they are packed with information about our sizes. A lot of times the customers share their own measurements, so that you can compare them with your own. You can also filter the reviews based on size to see what other customers think about a garment in a specific size.  

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Use our size guide

The most foolproof way to find the right size is to measure yourself and compare your measurements with our size guide. Ask somebody to help you if you think it’s difficult to measure by yourself. Pay extra attention to your hip/seat measurement when you’re shopping for pants and the chest/bust measurement when you’re shopping for jackets. 

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Size guide based on your measurements 

Women

  XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Bust 84-88 cm 88-92 cm 92-96 cm 96-100 cm 100-104 cm 106-110 cm 112-116 cm
Waist 68-72 cm 72-76 cm 76-80 cm 80-84 cm 84-88 cm 90-94 cm 96-100 cm
Seat 94-98 cm 98-102 cm 102-106 cm 106-110 cm 110-114 cm 116-120 cm 122-126 cm
Inseam 76 cm 77 cm 78 cm 79 cm 80 cm 80 cm 80 cm
EU 36 38 40 42 44 46 48
Inches 26 27/28 29 30/31 32 33/34 35
US 6 8 10 12 14 16 18
UK 8 10 12 14 16 18 20

Men

  XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Chest 90-94 cm 94-98 cm 98-102 cm 102-106 cm 106-110 cm 112-116 cm 118-122 cm
Waist 78-82 cm 82-86 cm 86-90 cm 90-94 cm 94-98 cm 100-104 cm 106-110 cm
Seat 96-100 cm 100-104 cm 104-108 cm 108-112 cm 112-116 cm 118-122 cm 124-128 cm
Inseam 79 cm 80 cm 81 cm 82 cm 83 cm 83 cm 83 cm
EU 46 48 50 52 54 56 58
Inches 27/28 29/30 31/32 33/34 35/36 37/38 39/40

These are recommended sizes. Keep in mind that some clothes are stretchier than others and may feel more or less tight depending on the fit. 

How to measure

Keep in mind that these are body measurements. We recommend that you measure yourself in underwear.

Tip! If you don’t have a tape measure, you can use a string and then measure the string against a folding rule or a ruler.

Chest measurement

Place a tape measure around the widest part of your chest. Make sure the tape measure isn’t too tight or too loose. Measure and compare with our size guide.

Bust measurement

Place a tape measure around the fullest part of your bust. Make sure the tape measure isn’t too tight or too loose. Measure and compare with our size guide. 

Seat measurement

Place a tape measure around the widest part of the seat. Make sure the tape measure isn’t too tight or too loose. Measure and compare with our size guide.

Waist Measurement

Place a tape measure around the smallest part of your waist, don't hold your breath. Make sure the tape measure isn’t too tight or too loose. Measure and compare with our size guide.

Inseam Measurement

Place a tape measure under the crotch seam and measure to the bottom of the leg. Make sure the tape measure isn’t too tight or too loose. Measure and compare with our size guide.

You may want to check out the fit of our garments before you decide. The fit doesn’t really have anything to do with the size but explains how snugly the garment fits on your body. However, a tighter garment may feel smaller. We use three different types of badges to indicate the fit of our clothes: slim fit, regular fit and relaxed fit.

For our two bestselling pants collections, Nordwand and RVRC GP, we’ve developed the trousers in two different lengths. Depending on how tall you are and how long you want your outdoor trousers to be, you can pick and choose your favorite ones.

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