Sizing and Measurements

Size and Measurements

Our suits are specifically cut for law enforcement, security professionals, and people who carry a concealed weapon and come in standard suit sizes. You can easily measure yourself at home following our instructions or you can be measured at any store that provides tailor or clothing alteration services. If you measure yourself at home we recommend you have a second person read the actual size to get the most accurate measurement.

Chest Measurement

When measuring your chest size use a soft flexible tape measure. Measure your chest holding the tape level just under your arms and across your shoulder blades. Be sure you are standing up straight and do not hold your breath. The tape measure should cross the fullest part of your chest and cross over the shoulder blades. We recommend having a second person assist you to make sure you get the most accurate measurement

Suit Jacket Length

Suit jacket lengths comes in three sizes: short, regular, and long. Once you have measured your chest, use the chart below to find your chest measurement and height to determine your suit size.


Alterations

When you receive your suit you may have to have minor alterations made to get the fit just right. Any tailor or store that provides clothing alteration services (typically dry cleaners) should be capable of making the alterations. Your pant bottoms will arrive unfinished and unhemmed so they can be hemmed to your exact leg length. While the pant bottoms all come in a 6" drop (from your chest measurement) they can easily be taken-in or let-out to fit your waist. When you have your suit altered we recommend you bring all of the equipment you will normally carry while wearing the suit including your firearm, handcuff case, magazine holder, radio, etc.