On our products you will find two ways of how we display the size of the items.
For all our items with number greater than 5000 we follow the standard Americian sizing - the following table gives the sizes we use to produce our items:
What are these S-P...XXL-P sizes?
You find these sizes on our natural fiber Henley shirts. These shirts run very small so we called them petite. It is always the situation with hand made clothing that they are not produced in big numbers and batches might come out a bit different than planned. But isn't that the charm of hand made wares? Isn't that why we just love hand made items?
Generally most of our pieces are cut for a tighter fit, so if you like it a bit looser, please just choose one size larger. The material is usually rather stretchy so we measure the items with a bit of a stretch so that they fit snugly.
But the long sleeve henley shirts in all natural cotton run very small (that's why we called them petite), so you might want to choose one or even two sizes bigger than what you usually wear. So, if you normally wear an L, chose a XL-P or XXL-P instead. But they are pre-shrunk and are made from a stretchy material.
For men's sizes of the hooded jackets just choose one size-group higher, for example XL instead of L.
Our bags are roomy shoulder bags - at the top of the bag the circumference is about 20 inches, it is 17 inches deep and the top of the strap extends 24 inches above the opening of the bag.
Sizes are given in the form of A" x B" x C" if sizing does not follow standard US sizes.
For example a long sleeve shirt might have the measurements 50.0" x 28.0" x 22.0".
To make sure this shirt fits you would measure A (50 inches) right under your arms, B (28 inches) the length of your torso and C ( 22 inches) the arm length as indicated below.