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Armani 2023 spring and summer new Premium Men’s Jeans
Hardware leather brand, heavy industry washing and shaping, high-end fabrics, fine lathes and fine lines, superb version, impeccable workmanship in details
The style is not picky, especially high-end, good products wait for no one, so hurry up if you like it
Size: 28-38


29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38


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Size Chart

How to Measure for Men’s Clothing

For men’s clothing, the most common measurements are neck, shoulder, sleeve length, center back sleeve length, chest, waist, seat or hip, and inseam. We’ll take each in turn.

Neck To measure a man’s neck, place the tape just below the Adam’s apple, where the neck joins the shoulder muscles. For a comfortable fit, place a finger between the tape and neck to ensure the tape isn’t too snug.

Shoulder To measure a man’s shoulders, stand behind him and place the end of the tape at the tip of his shoulder, where the horizontal slope of the shoulder joins the vertical slope of the arm. To find the right spot, trace a line straight upward from the armpit to the top of the shoulder. (If he isn’t too muscular, feel for the bone to make sure you’ve found the spot.) Then strech the tape across his back to the same point on the opposite shoulder, following the natural curve of the back.

Sleeve Length Annoyingly, men's sleeve lengths are measured a couple different ways, so pay attention to which type of sleeve measurement you're looking for. For regular sleeve length measurements, start from the tip of the shoulder—the same spot you used for the shoulder measurement—and run the tape down the outside of the arm to the wrist bone. Bend the arm slightly for this measurement. The tape should follow the bend of the arm. This type of sleeve length measurement is most commonly used for jackets.

Center Back Sleeve Length For center back sleeve measurement, have him hold his arm out straight to the side, horizontally away from his body. Measure from the center of his upper back—at the bottom of the neck—to his shoulder, and then all the way down his arm to the wrist bone. This type of sleeve length measurement is most commonly used for men's shirts.

Chest To measure a man’s chest, wrap the tape beneath his armpits, fully encircling his body around the widest portion of his chest. He should relax and let his arms hang straight at his sides. This measurement is best taken from the front.

Waist Measure the waist where you want the waistline of your pants to sit. Traditionally men’s waists are measured at the natural waistline, just above the belly button. One way to find the natural waist is to bend the torso to the side and find the crease. This natural waist measurement is best for use with trousers or high-rise pants. However, most men’s casual pants and jeans today sit much lower than the natural waist, just above the hip. As with the chest, for this measurement you’ll want to encircle the waist with the tailor’s tape.

Seat or Hip For a seat or hip measurement, wrap the tape around the widest part of the hip and buttock. This is another circumferential measurement, which means you’ll want to encircle the body with the tape.

Inseam To measure a man’s inseam, run the tape along the inner leg from the lowest portion of the groin and genitals to the bottom of the ankle. He should stand up straight and should not bend the leg for this measurement. He likely will not be able to take this measurement without help.

SIZE (INCHES) 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
WAIST 28" 71.1cm 29" 73.7cm 30" 76.2cm 31" 78.7cm 32" 81.3cm 33" 83.8cm 34" 86.4cm 35" 88.9cm 36" 91.4cm 37" 94cm 38" 95.5cm 39" 99cm 40" 101.6cm 41" 104.1cm 42" 106.7cm
HIPS 34" 86.4cm 35" 88.9cm 36" 91.4cm 37" 94cm 38" 95.5cm 39" 99cm 40" 101.6cm 41" 104.1cm 42" 106.7cm 43" 109cm 44" 111.8cm 45" 114cm 46" 116.8cm 47" 119.4cm 48" 122cm