We at FervoGear want to ensure you get the perfect fit every time. That’s why we’ve crafted this detailed measurement guide to assist you in getting your accurate measurements. This will help you order the right size for your clothing or accessories and ensure a comfortable fit.

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  • Neck Circumference

Use a tape measure around the base of your neck, keeping it relaxed but not too loose.

  • Front Rise

Measure from the crotch seam to the waistline. This will help you find the correct rise for your pants and avoid any discomfort.

  • Torso Length

To get your torso length, measure from the crotch seam to the middle of your collarbones.

  • Back Length

To measure the back length, start from the crotch seam and measure up to the base of your neck from behind.

  • Loop Torso Length

Start from the middle of your collarbone, go down around the crotch seam, and then up to the base of your neck. This loop measurement helps us tailor the perfect fit for your body.

  • Chest Circumference

Measure around your chest, with your arms down, taking a big breath in. This is important for the proper fitting of shirts and jackets.

  • Stomach Circumference

Measure around the widest part of your stomach. This ensures that the garment will fit comfortably around your midsection.

  • Waist Circumference

With your feet together, measure around your waist at its widest part to ensure a comfortable and flattering fit.

  • Hips Circumference

Stand with your feet together and measure around your hips at their widest part. This is important for pants and shorts.

  • Outseam

For the outseam, measure from your waistband to your ankle bone. This is crucial for ensuring the perfect pant length.

  • Inseam

To get your inseam, measure from the crotch seam to your ankle bone.

  • Upper Thigh

While kneeling, measure your upper thigh parallel to the floor to ensure the right fit for shorts and trousers.

  • Calf

While on one knee, measure around your calf at its widest point. This measurement is useful for socks and calf-fitting pants.

  • Shoulder to Shoulder

Measure across your shoulders from shoulder tip to shoulder tip for a well-fitted shirt or jacket.

  • Shoulder to Wrist

For this measurement, start from the tip of your shoulder and measure all the way to your wrist bone. This ensures a good fit for long-sleeved garments.

  • Bicep

Flex your arm and measure around the bicep. This measurement helps in tailoring well-fitted shirts or jackets.

  • Forearm

With this comprehensive guide, you’re now well-equipped to take your measurements accurately. Enjoy shopping with FervoGear with the assurance that you’ll always get the perfect fit!

For any further assistance, feel free to reach out to us. Happy shopping!

Please note: It’s recommended to have someone else assist you with these measurements for the best accuracy.