Sizing Chart

Measure right for a good fit
The best way to ensure you get optimally fitting garments is to try them on for real. If that is not possible we recommend following the measuring tips carefully to make sure you get the right size.

How to measure
A. Body length: Top of the head to the sole of the foot.

B. Chest: Chest width, horizontally at the widest place.

C. Waist: Waist measurement - measure horizontally at navel height. Important measurement for one piece trousers and overalls.

D. Lower waist: Lower waist width at the place you wear your trousers.

E. Seat: Seat width, horizontally at the widest place.

F. Inside leg: Crotch to the sole of the foot. Extremely important measurement to ensure the kneepads end up in the right position.

Remember to keep the tape measure taut. Leg length is especially important, if your workwear has pockets and features on the legs.

Download our size charts. (pdf, 572 kB)

Important measurement tips
• Get help from someone to take your measurements.
• Take measurements dressed in body-tight underwear.
• Measure tight against/around your body, but without the measuring tape being pulled so hard that it "cuts" in.

CE-marked garment - pictogram label
Every CE-marked garment has to have a label with a pictogram that shows the size and the body measurements of the person that the garment is intended for. This means that you always can check inside the garment to see the size. In the image with the CE marking, the measurements are for men's size 50.

One of the widest selections in the industry

We offer one of the widest selections of sizes available in the industry. 71 sizes of trousers with 5 different leg lengths, so whether your legs are short or long, we’ve got just the trousers for you.

We keep all standard sizes in stock for speedy deliveries (see specific garment for the standard size range). We also offer special sizes – delivery may take a little longer, but it’s well worth it. Outside sizes are available to order with 50% extra surcharge.