|Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit. All brands have sizes to their own standards.|
|BRANDS SPECIFIC SIZING|
Shot Race Gear
Speed and Strength
Tour Master Synergy
Troy Lee Designs
Zero Nine Racing
|GENERAL SIZING CHART|
|General Clothing Sizing Chart||General Boots Sizing Chart||General Glove Sizing Chart||General Youth Sizing Charts|
|HOW TO MEASURE HELMET SIZING|
The best way to put on a helmet is to hold the chin straps to each side before pulling it over your head. Pass the end of the strap through the D-rings and pull it snug. Keeping your head straight, rotate the helmet from side to side with your hands. If the helmet is adjusted properly, you should feel the movement of your scalp closely match the helmet's movement. With your hands on the sides of the helmet, move the helmet in a slight up and down motion. Once again, the movement of your skin should follow the helmet movement. To remove the helmet, pull the D-ring tab outward to release strap tension, then un-thread the chin strap. Pull the chin straps outward, rotate the helmet forward and lift it off.
Using a tape-measure, measure the circumference of your head just above the ears and across the forehead. Refer to the chart for proper helmet size. Example: Head circumference measures 22-3/4" = Adult med helmet.
|HOW TO MEASURE JACKET SIZING|
Start with measuring your sleeve length. With your arm slightly bent, start from your neck bone, measure over your shoulder and elbow points, and end at the wrist bone. This is also called Center Back (CB) Sleeve length.
Center Back (CB) Length
|HOW TO MEASURE PANT SIZING|
Stand in a mirror and bend to one side. Where your body creases is your natural waist. Measure around your natural waist line while keeping the tape measure parallel with the floor. Relax when taking the measurement.
|HOW TO MEASURE GLOVES SIZING|
|To find the proper size gloves, measure the circumference around your dominant hand, across your palm and just behind your knuckles, not including your thumb. If the measured size of your hand is in between sizes of the gloves that interest you, choose the size larger if you want a loose fit and the smaller size if you like a tighter fit. Remember that leather gloves will break in and stretch after some use.|
|HOW TO MEASURE BOOT SIZING|
|Some boots are sized in typical US measurements, while others are sized to European specs. Please view the size chart of the boots you want to order to find the proper size conversion. If you typically wear a half size, order the next size larger for boots that are only offered in full sizes.|