Overall & Coverall Size Chart

This coverall size chart shown to you by Anbu Safety is easy, self-explanatory, and ensures that each item you buy will fit you perfectly. You can determine your size according to the guidelines mentioned in the charts. We also can produce coveralls based on your size chart.

Size (cm)

S

M

L

XL

2XL

3XL

4XL

Chest

130

134

138

142

146

150

154

Waist

108

112

116

120

124

128

132

Hips

123

127

131

135

139

143

147

Inseam

107

108

109

110

111

112

113

Sleeve

28

29

29

30

30

31

31

How to Measure Coverall & Overall Size

In order to ensure that you get the right coverall size, you should measure your body and compare it with our size chart. The following are general measurement guidelines for each clothing part:

How to measure chest of the coverall?

To measure your chest size, you’ll need to do as below:

1. Lay down on the floor and make sure your arms are at your sides.

2. Take a deep breath in through your nose, hold it for a second or two, then exhale all of the air from your lungs completely.

3. While holding your breath, reach around behind you and put one hand over each shoulder blade (where they meet at the base of your neck). This is where we’ll measure from when measuring chest size.

4. Place the tape measurer up under one armpit and across the other side of your back to find where it intersects with your spine. The measurement that’s taken is usually between 17 inches and 24 inches in men (depending on how big their rib cage is), which means that most men’s shirts will be labeled as small, medium or large based on this measurement range.

measure coverall chest

How to measure waist of the coverall?

To measure your waisit size, you’ll need to note as below:

1. The waist of the coverall is measured around the natural waistline of the wearer.

2. The measurement should be taken in centimeters (cm) or inches (in).

3. The tape measure should be held snugly, but not tight enough to pinch or cause indentation.

4. To ensure accuracy, the measurement should be taken twice and then averaged for an accurate reading.

5. If you are using a measuring tape, make sure it is not stretched when taking measurements! This will give you inaccurate results and may not fit well on your body type.

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How to measure hips of the coverall?

To measure your hips size, you’ll need to measure as below:

1. Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape comfortably loose. This measurement will be your size in inches.

2. Measure around the fullest part of your hips, keeping the tape comfortably loose. This measurement will be your size in inches.

3. Compare your measurements to the chart below to determine your size. If you are between sizes or have a curvier figure, we recommend going up a size for more comfort and coverage.

4. If you’re in between sizes, go with the larger size as coveralls are designed to fit snugly but comfortably

coverall hip

How to measure inseam of the coverall?

The inseam measurement is the distance from the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg. To measure the inseam, you will need a yardstick or tape measure.

Measurement tips:

1) The inseam should be measured when standing up straight, with feet together.

2) Use a ruler or tape measure to find your natural waistline (where your pants would normally sit). This is usually located above your belly button, but may vary depending on your body shape and style of pants. For example, if you have large hips, it will be higher than someone who has smaller hips.

3) Measure from that point down to your ankle where you want the bottom of your coverall pant leg to end (this will be about 2 inches above your actual ankle). This measurement will determine how long you need to hem each pant leg.

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