Clothing is an important aspect of all types of fishing, no matter the season. Every angler should ensure they feel comfortable and relaxed while on the bank. With so many different brands including Fox, Daiwa, Nash and many more to choose from, sizes can vary and a Small fitting t-shirt could be the same size as a Medium from another brand which can make it difficult to find the perfect fit. Here at TackleTarts we have gathered all the necessary information and measurements on clothing sizes from a variety of popular brands and included a small guide on how to find the perfect fit for you.
If you would like any additional information or guidance on buying the right type of clothing, we have a Buyers Guide to both fishing Waders and Footwear. Covering all the important aspects to look for before investing in some new clothing.
Otherwise, below is a list of brands with a link to their clothing size charts with extra guidance provided.
Please find details below regarding the sizes this brand uses while creating their range of clothing. If you are unsure, please compare their product measurements to a similar garment you already own.
What Brand should i choose?
Here at TackleTarts our list of clothing size guides include specific size charts for each brand in both inches and centimeters. The size charts are to be matched against your body size with information below on how to correctly take body measurements. With brands like Matrix and RidgeMonkey we have also added their garment measurements for individual clothing items, as their clothing range has mixed sizes across the same items.
If you have a slim build and you are looking for a more snug fit then check out the clothing range from Fortis with XS sizes available and Speero with S chest sizes of between 32-34 inches (81-86cm). Its also important to note that some brands such as Sonik, Wychwood and Leeda sizes start from Medium rather than small. It can be important to check the size charts as the measurements of Medium from these brands can match the measurements of Small from others. On the other hand if you are looking for larger clothing sizes then take a look at ESP, Drennan, Fortis and Korda with 3XL chest sizes of up to 58 inches.
If you would like to check out our full range of clothing please visit our clothing section at TackleTarts.
HOW TO TAKE YOUR MEASUREMENTS
Measure around the fullest part, placing the tape measure close under the arms and make sure the tape is flat across the shoulder blades.
Measure around the narrowest part of the waist, placing the tape measure above the hips making sure the tape is flat around the lower back.
Measure from the crotch to the ankle bone on the inside of the leg.
Products that are designed to be worn as "over garments" may be slightly larger than the dimensions stated due to oversizing to help accommodate under layers.
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