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How To Measure For a Custom Racing Suit

We know how important a good race suit is to you. It doesn’t matter if you’re a pro or just a beginner. Having a race suit that fits correctly can make a big difference. It helps you play better, stay safe, and feel comfortable.

Here at FervoGear, we understand that your race suit has to feel like part of you. But getting it to fit just right can be hard. That’s why we made this easy guide. We want to help you measure your body so you can get a race suit that fits like a second skin.

Remember, tiny adjustments can make a big change in a race. So, let’s get our measuring tapes out and get started. Ready, set, measure!.

Step 1: Neck Circumference

Measuring Your Neck To get the perfect-fit suit, you start by finding out the size of your neck. Do this with a tape measure. Stand tall and stay relaxed. Start measuring from where your neck meets your shoulders. Wrap the tape around your neck, but make sure it’s not too tight or too loose. It should be just right – comfortable but secure. See where the tape measure ends? Note down that measurement. That’s the size of your neck.

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Being accurate is very important here. This size will help us make your shirt’s collar. A too tight collar isn’t good as it may choke you, and a bit too loose one isn’t stylish. At FervoGear, remember that comfort and style work together. Your collar should be comfortable and you should move easily whether running fast or slow. If your measurement falls between two numbers, round up to the closest half inch. This tiny difference can make you a lot more comfortable.

Using these measurements, FervoGear builds gear that fits you perfectly. The size of your neck isn’t just a number, it helps us make a suit that’s only for you. So, measure your neck and let’s start making a racing suit that’s as ready for racing as you are.

Step 2: Front Rise

When we’re making a racing suit, one important measurement is the front rise. It helps the suit fit just right when you’re driving a race car. The front rise is the distance from the crotch area of your suit to the waist.

In simple terms, think of it as measuring from your private area to where your suit pants will stay around your belly. You would need a measuring tape. Start at the crotch area, where your legs come together, and pull the tape straight up to the top of your pants. 

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Make sure to keep the tape straight and tight but not too tight. It shouldn’t be squeezing you. If you measure correctly, your suit will fit you well and you can move freely – just like a smooth racing car.

 At FervoGear, we think a good fit is super important. Even a small mistake in measurement can make the suit too tight or too loose. This can disrupt your concentration when you’re racing and every second matters. So take the effort to measure your front rise correctly. Remember, your comfort while driving depends on it.

Step 3: Torso Length

To get your FervoGear racing suit to fit you just right, you need to measure the length of your torso correctly. This length goes from the point where your legs join (the crotch seam) straight up to the middle of your collar bones. Think of it as a straight line going up and down your body that shows where the suit will fit closely and where it will have a bit of space.

To measure this, get a measuring tape. Start by setting it at the spot where your legs join each other. Then, pull the tape straight up until you reach the middle of your collar bones, which you can find where your neck joins your chest.

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You need to make sure the tape is held tight and straight. Don’t let it sag or slack. This measurement is very important. It helps make sure the top and bottom of the suit join at the right place. If this length is too short, you’ll be pulling at your suit all day. If it’s too long, the suit will be too loose

Step 4: Back Length

To make your race suit fit perfectly, it’s important to get the right length on the back. This simply means measuring from where your legs meet up to the start of your neck, both from the back. This length will determine how your suit sits on your back. Here’s how to do it:

First, you need a tape measure. Stand straight, stretch your arms out. It’s ideal to get a friend to help you with this. They should put one end of the tape at the point where the legs meet.

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Next, they pull the tape up your back, going all the way to the starting of your neck, where it meets your shoulders. That’s the right spot. They should hold the tape firmly against your body, not loose or too tight.

This measurement is very important. It sets how the suit will rest on your back. If done correctly, your suit will be comfortable, allowing you to move easily and lean into any turn.

Step 5: Loop Torso Length

The loop torso length is an important size to know when you’re getting a race suit made-to-order, like the ones from FervoGear. 

This size method is like drawing the shape of your suit’s seat. It starts from the middle of your neck bone (collarbone) and goes down the front of your body, between your legs, and back up your spine to where you started.

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For this, you’ll need a friend. Two people are needed to make sure the measuring tape is straight and fits well but isn’t too tight. The tape should follow your body shape without pressing into your skin. 

By doing so, your suit will fit just right, not too snug or too loose around your middle part. It will let you sit easily in your race car without your suit pulling or gathering up.

Step 6: Chest Circumference

To make sure your racing suit fits you well, you have to measure around your chest. This shows how the suit will lay on your chest. To do this, stand up straight, let your arms hang down, and take a deep breath in. Then, use a tape measure to measure around your chest. Make sure the tape goes under your armpits and over the largest part of your chest.

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The tape should lie flat on your body, but it shouldn’t be too tight. It should be just right – fitting closely, but still allowing you to breathe easily. This measurement will help FervoGear make the suit so it’s nice and comfy, whether you’re grabbing the gear stick or crossing the finish line as a winner. 

If the suit is too tight, it might limit your movements. If it’s too loose, it might flap about. Both could be a problem when you’re racing. So if you get the chest measurement right, you’ll have a racing suit that feels like part of you.

Step 7: Stomach Circumference

To make sure your racing suit fits well and doesn’t cause any discomfort while you’re racing, you should measure around your stomach. Find the widest part of your belly. Convince yourself to relax, lower your arms, and then wrap a measuring tape around your stomach. Look for the part of your belly that sticks out the most – this is where you should measure.

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It’s important that the tape stays straight all the way around your belly. It should hug your body, but it shouldn’t be super tight. Leave a small gap to ensure that the suit won’t squeeze you when you’re sitting or rushing down the track. Tell us this measurement, as FervoGear uses it to make a suit that’s comfortable yet not too loose.

At FervoGear, we want your suit to be as efficient as your racing. If we get the size of your stomach right, the suit will feel snug without making you feel as if you’re being pinched. Comfort is vital when you’re racing at top speeds. So get that measurement, and we’ll tailor a suit to feel like a second skin.

Step 8: Waist Circumference

Getting your waist size right is very important for a well-fitted racing suit that doesn’t slow you down. Here is how you can measure it: Stand straight with your feet close. Put the measuring tape around the biggest part of your waist, typically over your hip bones.

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Make sure the tape stays level with the ground all around your body. It should be close-fitting but not too tight. You should be able to slip a finger between the tape and your waist. This makes sure the suit will fit just right, and won’t pinch when you move around.

At FervoGear, we aim for a fit that feels like it was made just for you, ready for fast-paced action. A correctly measured waist means you’ll be comfortable, whether you’re driving or celebrating a victory. So, take care to measure properly for a well-fitting suit.

Step 9: Hips Circumference

If you want a race suit that fits well but doesn’t limit your movement, it’s important to know the size of your hips. You can get this by wrapping a tape measure around the widest part of your hips. You should be standing straight, with your feet together.

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The tape measure should go straight around your body, at the same height from the floor – usually around the hip bones. Make sure the tape isn’t too tight or too loose. There should be a little bit of space, so the suit doesn’t feel too loose or too tight but you have room to move. 

FervoGear makes suits that fit perfectly, so this measurement is really important. It helps us make a suit that allows you to sit comfortably in the driving seat and move easily while racing.

So, take the time to measure correctly. It’s a big part of making sure your race suit is the best it can be. It will help you stay comfortable and focused on winning the race.

Step 10: Outseam

The outseam measurement is important to make the pants of your racing suit the right length. It measures the length from where your pants sit at your waist down to your ankle bone. To measure the outseam, you should stand straight with your feet together.

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Start by holding the end of the tape measure on the top of where your pants would be at your waist. From there, take the tape down the side of your leg until it reaches the hard part of your ankle. This point is where the measurement ends.

Make sure the tape measure stays straight and is not pulling your skin. This number is key because it determines where your pants will stop. If you measure right, your suit pants will sit perfectly over your shoes, making you look tidy and professional.

Step 11: Inseam

The inseam is a key factor for making your racing suit pants fit just right. It affects how easily you can move and how comfortable you feel. To measure the inseam, you’ll need to locate the seam at the bottom of your pants.

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Then, using a measuring tape, trace a line down the inside of your leg all the way to your ankle bone. Make sure you’re standing upright with your feet a little bit apart for the most accurate measurement. The tape should rest lightly against your skin, not loose or squeezed too tight. This number helps you know how long your pants should be on the inside, making sure they aren’t too long or too short.

We believe that comfort is really important, especially in fast-paced racing. Your suit should feel like it’s been custom-made just for you. Getting your inseam measurement right means your pants will fit perfectly, so you can concentrate on the race, not on adjusting your clothes.

Step 12: Upper Thigh

Making sure your race suit pants fit you just right is really important. They need to be comfortable and let you move freely. One key area to measure is your upper thigh.

How do you do it? Simply kneel on one knee. This puts your thigh in the perfect position and keeps your muscle relaxed. Then, take your tape measure and wrap it around the broadest part of your upper thigh. Make sure the tape is flat and even with the floor.

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The fit should be secure, but not too tight. You want to make sure you have room to move around without feeling like your suit might tear. This is super vital for racers, because you need space to operate the pedals freely.

FervoGear knows that exact measurements mean better performance out on the track. So, take a little time to get this right. Accurately measuring your upper thigh is a small step towards a big advantage in both comfort and competition.

Step 13: Calf Circumference

It’s super important to know your calf size for a great fitting racing suit. Just follow these simple steps to get the right measurement. First, get down on one knee like you’re proposing! This chills out your calf muscle, helping us get a more precise reading.

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Next, grab that measuring tape and give your calf a nice snug hug around its biggest part. Make sure the tape is straight, circling smoothly around your calf. Take care it’s not biting into your leg or hanging loose. You’re going for a cozy, comfy fit that still keeps it sleek. This measurement will show us how your race suit pants taper down to your legs.

Here at FervoGear, we’re all about the fine details. Every bit of your suit is meant to boost your performance, and a well-measured calf helps make your suit look snazzy and feel comfy. So spend a moment or two on measuring correctly. It’ll give you a suit that’s set to zoom down the fast track.

Step 14: Shoulder Width

Making sure your racing suit jacket fits perfectly involves measuring your shoulders correctly. You need to know the distance from one shoulder’s end to the other’s, going across your back. Here’s how you do it:

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Hold your arms out wide and have a friend put the end of a measuring tape on one of your shoulder ends. Then, your friend should stretch the tape across your back till they reach your other shoulder end.

The tape should lay naturally on top of your shoulders without bending or going down. It’s really important that the tape stays straight and doesn’t twist. This step helps make sure your jacket has enough room for you to move comfortably, and it won’t be too snug or too loose on your shoulders

Step 15: Sleeve Length

Getting the right sleeve length for your race suit is vital for your comfort and style. Here’s a simple way to measure it:

First, find the spot where your shoulder meets your arm – that’s your starting point. Now, take a measuring tape and let it follow down your arm all the way to your wrist. Be sure to stop at the wrist bone – you can find it easily because it forms a small bump when you lift your hand.

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Remember, it’s key to keep your arm a bit bent, just like you’d do while holding a car steering wheel. We’re doing this to make sure that the suit sleeve doesn’t gather or tighten while you’re in the middle of a race. Also, don’t pull the tape too tight – you should have room to move comfortably

Step 16: Bicep Circumference

To make sure your racing suit fits just right, it’s important to check the size of your bicep. This is because you want the sleeves of your suit to fit nicely – not too tight, not too loose – so you can move freely and be comfortable. Here’s a simple way to measure your bicep:

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First, flex your arm like you’re showing off a muscle. Look for the biggest part of your bicep. This is where you’ll want the tape measure to go. Next, wrap the tape measure around your bicep. Make sure it’s lying flat against your skin but is not too tight. It should feel just right – not squeezing but not loose either.

FervoGear knows how important it is for your suit to fit well and look good. Getting the right bicep measurement can help make your suit feel like it’s on your team, helping you win.

Step 17: Forearm Circumference

Checking how big around your forearm is will help make sure your race suit’s sleeves fit just right. You don’t want them to be too tight or too baggy. To figure out this size, simply let your arm chill out by your side. Grab a tape measure and wrap it around the fattest part of your forearm.

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Make sure not to squish your muscle when measuring. The crucial thing here is to have a fit that feels cozy, lets you move freely, but also keeps your suit looking sleek and smart.

FervoGear really cares about these little things because they understand that feeling comfy in a race suit can help a racer focus better and perform great. When your forearm fit is spot-on, you can ignore the suit and just think about the race. It’ll feel like your suit was specially made just for you!

Final Thoughts

Good job! You’ve finished measuring yourself for your new race suit. It’s those little details that make sure your suit fits you just right. Now that you have your measurements, you’re ready to get a custom racing suit that suits your racing style.

Every measurement, like your chest size or around your hips, helps make your suit. With your measurements and FervoGear’s careful work, you’ll have a suit ready to keep up with you on the race track.

Measure carefully, drive with all you’ve got, and let’s work together for a win! Now that you’re ready, it’s time to order your custom race suit from FervoGear. Go ahead and make your racing even better!