*All size dimensions are in reference to the body, NOT the garment
*Note: All sizes in inches.
|Adult Race Suits & Stealth Top (unisex sizing):
|Adult Stretch Puffy:|
|Men Chest Around||–||34-36||37-39||40-42||43-45||46-48||–||–|
|Men Sleeve Length||–||31.5||32.5||33.5||34.5||35||–||–|
|Woman Chest Around||–||31-32||33-34||35-36||38-40||42-45||–||–|
|Woman Sleeve Length||–||29||30-30.5||31||32||33||–||–|
|*Note: All sizes in inches.||
|Kids Race Suits:||
Kids sizes that are equivalent to adult sizes:
- Clothing - K 14=XXS; K 16=XS; K 18=S
- Suits -10/12=XS; 12/14=S
We don’t think this one needs all that much explanation, but just incase, think speed suit… The stuff to get you going fast. Skin tight, zero drag. Hundies matter here.
This is by no means the same as above, but these items still won’t have too much extra fabric flying around. It will keep you looking sleek and slim. This is the stuff you train in to best simulate race day while adding a little extra warmth or for those who want to be as weight efficient as possible when getting that uphill lap for a little extra workout.
This is your standard fit. Looks great and feels great. Just enough room to layer, but still no parachute vibes. The perfect balance between comfort and performance.
This is where you hit optimal mobility and comfort. The ideal warm up kit that you probably don’t want to be training in (because, ya know, train like you race). Comfy and cozy without sacrificing an athletic aesthetic.
The items you want for warm-ups at the start or to be waiting for you at the finish. The items that can be quickly thrown on over anything and everything. It warms you up quick and keeps that heat in at the most pivotal moments.
How to (in reference to your body, not the clothes you wear)
We recommend using a soft measuring tape for getting dimensions.
Start one end of the measuring tape in the arm pit area. Then wrap it around the widest part of the chest to meet the starting end.
Start the measuring tape at one side of the natural waist (just below the rib cage and above the hip bone). Then wrap it directly around to meet the starting end.
Start the measuring tape on the back exactly in between the shoulder blades. Extend the tape along the shoulder then down the arm to the wrist or wherever you like your sleeve cuff to land.
Start the measuring tape on one side below the hip bone. Wrap the tape around the widest part of the hip/butt area to meet the starting end.
Start the measuring tape in at the top of the inside of the leg, near the crotch. Then extend it down the inside of the leg to the ankle bone.