The best way to determine your fit is to measure a pair of jeans or chinos you already own and that fit you well, and then compare those measurements with the ones listed below.
|Front rise||10||10 1/4||10 1/2||11||11 1/2|
|Thigh||20 1/2||21||21 1/2||22||22 1/2|
|Knee||14 1/2||15||15 1/2||16 1/4||17|
|Leg opening||13 1/4||13 1/2||13 3/4||14||14 1/4|
Measurements are based on the average. Individual pairs may vary.
How to measure your jeans
With the pants buttoned and lying flat, and the waistband pulled taut, measure from the inside edge of the left side to the inside edge of the right side, and then double that number.
2. Front Rise
With the pants lying flat, measure form the waist band, just by the button fastener, down to the crotch seams where the 2 meet in a cross shape. Double that number.
With the pants lying flat, measure from the inside of the leg to the outside of the leg, 1" below the crotch seam. Double that number.
With the pants lying flat, measure from the inside of the leg to the outside of the leg, roughly half way between the crotch and the leg opening. Double that number.
5. Leg Opening
With the pants lying flat, measure straight across the bottom of the leg. Double that number.
With the pants lying flat, measure straight up from inside the bottom of the leg to the crotch. DON'T double this number.
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