While it is strongly encouraged to attend a sizing day at your school, below is a jacket sizing chart to help determine your jacket size. There are many variables affecting your choice - some prefer a loose fit, others a slim fit, and some underclassmen expect to grow and order a larger jacket. Consider what you may wear under your letter jacket and if your jacket has quilted lining. Finally, our jackets are unisex. The best way to determine fit is by actually trying on a jacket.
Remember - once you choose a size, there are no exchanges or refunds.
Stand up straight, arms hanging straight by your sides. Have someone wrap a cloth tape measure around the largest part of your chest (it should go over your shoulder blades). The tape measure should be "snug", but not tight. Below are "suggested" jacket sizes based on wearer's chest size:
Stand up straight, arms hanging straight by your sides. Have someone start the measurement from the nape of your neck, run the tape over your shoulder and down your arm. The ending point is where you would like the cuff of the jacket sleeve to fall. Below are "suggested" sleeve sizes based on wearer's arm length:
Always use your chest measurement for the jacket size. Then see if your sleeve length falls in the range for that size. If not, you can adjust the sleeves shorter or longer by either 2" or 4".