|Chest||50cm (19 ¾ inches)||53cm (21 inches)||56cm (22 inches)||60cm (23 ½ inches)||64 cm (25 ¼ inches)|
|Height||68 cm (26 ¾ inches)||70 cm (27 ½ inches)||72cm (28 ¼ inches)||74 cm (29¼ inches)||76 cm (30 inches)|
|Women's standard T-shirts (Earth Positive EP02).|
|Chest||44.5cm (17 ½ inches)||47cm (18 ½ inches)||49.5cm (19 ½ inches)||52cm (20 ½ inches)|
|Height||64cm (25 ¼ inches)||65cm (25 ½ inches)||66cm (26 ¼ inches)||67cm (26 ½ inches)|
|Women's slim fit T-shirts (Earth Positive EP04, American Apparel and Royal Apparel).|
|Chest||39cm (15 ¼ inches)||42cm (16 ½ inches)||45cm (17 ¾ inches)||48cm (19 inches)|
|Height||65cm (25 ½ inches)||66cm (26 inches)||67cm (26 ½ inches)||68cm (26 ¾ inches)|
How do you check your size? Get your favorite T-shirt, lay it on a flat surface and measure the width across the chest (from armpit to armpit). Double it. So for example, if your T-shirt measures 21 inches from armpit to armpit, you should double it to 42 inches. Check the table above. In our example a 42 inch measurement would equate to a men's large. Remember the measurements above are the measurements of the shirts themselves (not the person who wears them).
Sizes are approximate - there may be slight variations between shirts.
These t-shirts run slightly smaller
than other brands like Hanes, Gildan, Fruit of the Loom,
etc. If you are usually between sizes I would recommend choosing the larger of the two options.
Washing instructions: Wash warm (30°C/86°F), do not bleach, dry low. DO NOT IRON THE PRINTED AREA! Most shirts can shrink very slightly after their first wash.