Here’s how to properly measure your athletes for Varsity Spirit Fashion garments. Scroll down for additional tips, sizing instructions, and to download the Athlete Measurement Guide.
To measure your athlete, you’ll need a measuring tape in inches and your athlete in fitted clothing.
You’ll take 6 different measurements:
Start by having your athlete face you and make a “T” motion. Measure across the fullest part of the chest.
Make sure the athlete is standing naturally without holding in his or her stomach. You will take the measuring tape around the natural waist above the belly button.
Have the athlete stand with his or her feet together and measure across the fullest part of the hips, making sure to not let the tape slide up or down.
Take the measuring tape between your athlete’s legs, up and over one shoulder and pull tightly.
Make sure your athlete is wearing shoes and is standing with his or her legs shoulder width apart. Give the measuring tape to your athlete and have them put it where the body meets the inside of the leg. Follow the measuring tape to the desired length. Don’t forget: measure to the floor for pants, but for joggers or leggings, measure to the ankle.
Make sure the athlete is facing away from you. From the natural waistline, measure over the hips to the desired length on the back of the leg. The skirt length is determined by subtracting 1 inch from that measurement to allow for the waistband.
For male athletes, include standard street clothes sizes for pants, shorts, and shirts
If you have a question on how to take measurements, please contact your rep. To convert your measurements into garment sizes, download the Athlete Measuring Guide.
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