Welcome to our measuring guides for both shirts and jackets. We use the same measuring technique for both shirts and jackets

You will find all the measurements, both for shirts, and for jackets, on every product. Make sure you double check your measurements.

Our size charts may vary since all our products are handcrafted and each fabric is different. It’s an art, tailoring the old way, with old machines…

Measuring Guides

Jeans – Tops

HOW TO MEASURE CHEST

Flatten out your favourite shirt or jacket on the floor and measure from below the armpits and across, to get the chest measurement.

GETTING THE RIGHT SHOULDERS

Flip over the jacket or shirt and measure across from shoulder to shoulder seam. If there’s no seam measure the widest part as the picture suggests.

GETTING THE PERFECT FRONT LENGTH

Measuring from the collarbone or the front of the jacket or shirt all the way down to the end will give you the front length. 

SAME WITH BACK LENGTH

Measuring right below the collar seam all the way down to the jacket or shirt lowest part will provide you with the back length.

PERFECT SLEEVES

Simply measure from the top of the shoulder of your jacket or shirt seam down to the end of the cuff to get the sleeve length.

The Rebel Jacket

“The Rebel” is the base model of all the different Rebel styles.
Sizing is is the same no matter what style you choose.
Our Rebel design is a slim version of a denim jacket. 
It has a more modern cut than a traditional denim jacket.

measurements

Fredrik is using our Rebel in size small. He is 170 cm tall.

The Shirt

THE SHIRT is our regular slim shirt. With regular slim we mean that it’s slightly curved at the waist but not at all super slim.
To accompany 99% of our customers the standard length, and sleeve length, is longer than most other brands.

measurements

Johan is using our The Shirt in size Medium. He is 180 cm tall.