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Measurement chart for our custom historical armour

For the best fit you should wear the clothes that you will be wearing under your armour. It is best to use a cloth or a tailor measuring tape and it's easier if you have someone assist you. The measuring tape should be snug to the body, but do not draw it too tight.

Length in cm How to take measure what to measure
1A Head circumference across the forehead: measure around the full circumference of the head. Keep the tape snug for accurate results. Please note: so that the helmet is not too tight, the inner circumference of the helmet is about one inch bigger than your head circumference. Please enter the exact value without any addition!
1B Head circumference across the nose.
1C Head depth: the horizontal distance between the forehead and the back of the head.
1D Head depth II: the horizontal distance between the nose tip and the back of the head.
1E Height of your head: the vertical distance between the chin and the top of your head.
1F Height of your head II: the vertical distance between the base of the neck and the top of your head.
1G Vertical distance between the chin and the central point between the eyes.
1H Vertical distance between the central point between the eyes and the top of the head.
1I Head breadth: distance between the temples
1J Head breadth II: distance between the auricles
Yes / No 2A Strong neck muscle (trapezius).
2B Collar (neck circumference)
2C Shoulder length: base of the neck to the middle of the shoulder joint.
2D Length of the upper arm: middle of the shoulder joint - middle of the elbow joint.
2E Length of the forearm: middle of the elbow joint – wrist.
2F Wrist circumference
2G Forearm circumference at the widest point.
2H Circumference of the flexed biceps.
2I Distance between the armpit to the elbow bend.
2J Outline of your hand on a sheet of paper. Please draw at/in the outline some scale check or just put the measuring tape into your scanner (prevention against scale distortion). Instructions: place your hand on the paper on a solid board. To trace the hand use a thin pencil. Holding it at 90-degree-angle to the paper.
3A Body height
3B Armpit to the upper side hip bone (straight sitting position).
3C Armpit to the upper side hip bone (collapsed sitting position).
3D Shoulder circumference accross the armpit.
3E Chest circumference including arms (breathe in).
3F Chest circumference under the arms (breathe in).
3G Chest breadth: distance between armpits (breath in).
3H Point between front collar bones – navel.
3I Point between front collar bones – waistline.
3J Length of the back: lowest neck vertebra to highest lumbar vertebra (waistline).
3K Shoulder length: distance between shoulder joints.
3M Back breadth: distance between armpits across the back.
3N Waist circumference
3P Circumference around hips
4A Hip bend - kneecap (sitting position).
4C Kneecap - ankle (sitting position).
4D Circumference of the flexed thigh.
4E Circumference of flexed calf
4F Knee circumference, bent leg
4G Circumference above the ankle (including shoe).
4H Front height of the shoe (height of the shoe tip)
4I Height of the shoe at instep
4J Height of the shoe at ankle.
4K Height of the shoe at heel
4L Your EU shoe size
4M Boot tracing: Place the boot you intend to wear in the steel boot on a sheet of paper on a solid board. Use a black pencil or a thin felt-tip pen. Hold it at about 85-degree-angle to the paper and trace the whole outsole. Then note into it its overall length and width at several parts (see the example tracing).

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