95% of surfers will fit into one of our sizes. Wetsuits stretch, and Yamamoto rubber tends to mold to your body over the first few surfs. Don’t worry, free 30-day size exchanges on unused suits.
Since you should be naked under your suit – get off that clothes. Take a flexible plastic measuring tape. The tape measure shouldn’t squeeze your measuring body parts too tight or slip down because it is too loose. Make sure that the measuring tape is straight all the way around and is not twisted anywhere, especially in the back.
The number that you see should be rounded to the nearest whole number. If the measurement falls at the 0,5 cm mark, round up.
Your waist begins at the top of your hip bone and travels up to just below your ribcage, so it’s easily accessible with a tape measure. Use your fingers to find the top of your hips and the base of your rib cage. Your waist is the soft, fleshy section between these two bony parts. It will also be the narrowest part of your torso and it is often located at or above your belly button.
Wrap the measuring tape around your waist. Stand up straight and breathe normally. Hold the end of the tape measure at your navel and circle it around your back to the front of your waist.
To measure your hips, remove your outer garments, put your feet together, and wrap athe measuring tape straight and snug around the widest part of your hips.
Your hip measurement includes your butt and your hips. The hip measurement is the point at which the end of the tape meets the remaining length
Position the tape directly over your nipples and relax your arms at your sides. You should be measuring right where the most protruding part of your bust is, not underneath.
That will be your bust measurement.