It is common knowledge that sizing is everything. For those of us that primarily shop online—and lack the ability to actually try a garment on before we purchase it—we are often left in a bit of bind. For those of you who are not only unsure of your own measurements, but those of a specific country or brand, you are often left guessing, with no clear sign whether or not your intended item will fit. And, let’s be real, for most of us, the typical “5’11, 150 pounds wearing a size medium” product description is all but useless. Thankfully, as experts in clothing from around the globe and across every conceivable strata, we have worked our way through endless sizing charts, brand guides and ill-fitting trousers to figure out the best way to ensure everything you buy fits exactly the way it’s supposed to. As long as you follow a couple tips, take accurate personal measurements and focus on brands that suit your body type, you’ll never be disappointed. That said, here is our official online size guide.

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