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Swimwear Size Charts

These size charts have been provided to us from each brand and should be used as a guide to help you select the perfect fitting swimwear or equipment. Slight variations in sizing occur from one brand to another. Training swimwear should fit comfortably whereas racing swimwear should be tight and difficult to put on. 


How to take your measurements for swimwear

Chest: Measure under your arm, around the fullest part of your chest and around your back to the starting point under your arm.

Waist: Bend to one side to find the crease of your waist. Stand straight.

For female suits, measure around your waist allowing one finger between your body and the tape.

For male suits, measure 2.5cm below waist or just above the hip bone (where you would normally wear your swimsuit).

Hips: Stand straight, find the top of your hip bone. Measure around your hips, keeping the tape on the top of your hip bone.

Torso / Body Loop: Run tape measure over the fullest portion of your bust, down between your legs and up your back to your shoulder.

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