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Sun Frog clothing size guide for men and ladies

Use the chart below to find out women and men’s clothing sizes in US sizes for Tshirts, Long Sleeves, SweatShirts, Tanks and Leggings.

This chart provide by SunFrog.

MENS/UNISEX T-SHIRT SIZES

SIZE CHEST in LENGTH in
S 18 28
M 20 29
L 22 30
XL 24 31
2X 26 32
3X 28 33

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • 100% Cotton Adult 30/1s Tee Shirt
  • 4.3 oz 100% Ringspun Cotton, Preshrunk Jersey
  • Tubular
  • 3/4 inch Seamless Rib Knit Collar
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Double-Needle Sleeve and Bottom Hem
SIZE CHEST cm LENGTH cm
S 45.72 71.12
M 50.8 73.66
L 55.88 76.2
XL 60.96 78.74
2X 66.04 81.28
3X 71.12

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • 100% Cotton Adult 30/1s Tee Shirt
  • 4.3 oz 100% Ringspun Cotton, Preshrunk Jersey
  • Tubular
  • 3/4 inch Seamless Rib Knit Collar
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Double-Needle Sleeve and Bottom Hem
SIZE CHEST in LENGTH in
S 18.25 27.75
M 20.25 28.75
L 22.25 29.75
XL 24.25 30.75
2X 26.25 31.75

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • 100% Cotton Adult 30/1s Tee Shirt
  • 4.3 oz 100% Ringspun Cotton, Preshrunk Jersey
  • Tubular
  • 3/4 inch Seamless Rib Knit Collar
  • Taped neck and shoulders
    • Double-Needle Sleeve and Bottom Hem
SIZE CHEST cm LENGTH cm
S 46.35 70.48
M 51.43 73.02
L 22.25 75.56
XL 56.51 78.10
2X 66.67 80.64

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • 100% Cotton Adult 30/1s Tee Shirt
  • 4.3 oz 100% Ringspun Cotton, Preshrunk Jersey
  • Tubular
  • 3/4 inch Seamless Rib Knit Collar
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Double-Needle Sleeve and Bottom Hem

LADIES CUT T-SHIRT SIZES

SIZE CHEST in LENGTH in
S 15.5 25
M 17.5 25
L 18.5 26
XL 21 27
2XL 23 28
3XL 25 29

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • 100% Cotton Adult 30/1s Tee Shirt
  • 5.2 oz 100% Ringspun Cotton, Preshrunk Jersey
  • Tubular
  • 5/8 inch Seamless Rib Knit Collar
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Double-Needle Sleeve and Bottom Hem
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
SIZE CHEST cm LENGTH cm
S 39.37 63.5
M 44.45 63.5
L 46.99 66.04
XL 53.34 68.58
2XL 58.42 71.12
3XL 63.5 73.66

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • 100% Cotton Adult 30/1s Tee Shirt
  • 5.2 oz 100% Ringspun Cotton, Preshrunk Jersey
  • Tubular
  • 5/8 inch Seamless Rib Knit Collar
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Double-Needle Sleeve and Bottom Hem
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
SIZE CHEST in LENGTH in
S 16.5 24
M 17.5 25
L 18.5 26
XL 19.5 27
2XL 20.5 28

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • 100% Cotton Adult 30/1s Tee Shirt
  • 5.2 oz 100% Ringspun Cotton, Preshrunk Jersey
  • Tubular
  • 5/8 inch Seamless Rib Knit Collar
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Double-Needle Sleeve and Bottom Hem
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
SIZE CHEST cm LENGTH cm
S 41.91 60.96
M 44.45 63.5
L 46.99 66.04
XL 49.53 68.58
2XL 50.8 71.12

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • 100% Cotton Adult 30/1s Tee Shirt
  • 5.2 oz 100% Ringspun Cotton, Preshrunk Jersey
  • Tubular
  • 5/8 inch Seamless Rib Knit Collar
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Double-Needle Sleeve and Bottom Hem
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease

HOODIE SIZES

SIZE CHEST in/cm LENGTH in/cm
S 20 26
M 22 27
L 24 28
XL 26 29
2XL 28 30
3XL 30 31
4XL 32 32

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • Air jet yarn for softness and no-pill performance
  • Double-lined hood with matching drawstring
  • Double-needle stitching
  • Pouch pocket
  • Double-needle cuffs
  • 1 X 1 athletic rib with spandex
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
SIZE CHEST in/cm LENGTH in/cm
S 51 66
M 56 69
L 61 71
XL 66 74
2XL 71 76
3XL 76 79
4XL 81 81

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • Air jet yarn for softness and no-pill performance
  • Double-lined hood with matching drawstring
  • Double-needle stitching
  • Pouch pocket
  • Double-needle cuffs
  • 1 X 1 athletic rib with spandex
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease

CREW SWEATSHIRT SIZES

SIZE CHEST in LENGTH in
S 20 27
M 22 28
L 24 29
XL 26 30
2XL 28 31

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • Air jet yarn for softness and no-pill performance
  • 2 X 1 fashion rib with spandex
  • Double-needle stitching
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
SIZE CHEST cm LENGTH cm
S 51 69
M 56 71
L 61 74
XL 66 76
2XL 71 79

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • Air jet yarn for softness and no-pill performance
  • 2 X 1 fashion rib with spandex
  • Double-needle stitching
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease

LADIES TANK SIZES

SIZE CHEST in LENGTH in
XS 29 25.5
S 31 26
M 34 27
L 37 27
XL 40 27.5
2XL 44 28
3XL 46.5 30.5

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • Silky smooth hand
  • Longer length
  • Classic silhouette
SIZE CHEST cm LENGTH cm
XS 73.66 64.77
S 78.74 66.04
M 86.36 68.58
L 93.98 68.58
XL 101.6 27.5
2XL 111.76 69.85
3XL 118.11 77.47

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • Silky smooth hand
  • Longer length
  • Classic silhouette

YOUTH T-SHIRT SIZES

SIZE CHEST in LENGTH in
XS 16 20.5
S 17 22
M 1 23.5
L 19 25
XL 20 26.5

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • Seamless double-needle 7/8″ collar
  • Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
SIZE CHEST cm LENGTH cm
XS 41 52
S 43 56
M 46 60
L 48 64
XL 51 67

*Chest is measured 1″ down from the armhole (1/2 measurement). *Length is measured in a straight line at point where neck trim meets body to bottom of garment (including any bottom trim).

  • Seamless double-needle 7/8″ collar
  • Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease

How to pick the right fitted t-shirts online

Fitted t-shirts are especially hard to shop for online. You want to make sure that they’re not too big, not too small, and have just the right stretch and fit for your body. That’s why we put together this handy checklist to help you pick the best fitted shirt online!pick-a-fit-shirt

Fitted t-shirts Sizing

It’s important to know your own measurements whenever you’re online shopping. Fit guides and sizing charts can be your best friend to help you ensure you’re buying the right size for you, especially when it comes to fitted styles. Check the tabs: Crew (inch), V-neck (inch) to see which size will be fitted with you.

Color

Colors on screen may look different than in person, so the more descriptive the name of the color is the better. All of t-shirts at Pick Online Shop come in great colors, and each item’s web page includes four images and a color swatch so you can really get a sense of the hues available.

Fitted t-shirts Fabric and Material

The best shirts are made from the best stuff. It’s important to know the difference between quality fabrics and subpar materials. Pick Online Shop uses only the best supplier, including 100% ring spun combed cotton and cotton blends.

Stylepick-a-fit-man-shirt

Whether you know what you’re looking for or are just browsing around, it’s good to take a look at the different styles of fitted t shirts out there. Pick Online Shop collected tees come in a variety of styles including v-necks, crew necks, and scoop necks.

Purpose

Sometimes we need a little retail therapy and other times a shopping trip is a difficult mission. Before you start looking for fitted shirts online, take a minute to think about what you’ll be wearing it for. Will it be for school or work? Or is it more for going out with friends? Are you looking for something casual or one that can be worn with a dressier outfit? These are great to keep in mind to make the perfect choice!

Shopping online can be a great experience, especially if you’re prepared. Be a smart shopper so you won’t get overwhelmed and you are sure to find the perfect fitted t shirt for you! Be sure to check out Pick Online Shop’s entire collection of fitted t-shirts online, plus additional quality fashion basics for girls and guys!

Tips to picking quality T-shirts when shopping online

Shopping online is a great way to browse for the items you need without having to leave the comfort of your home. If you’re in search of quality t-shirts, you’ll want to keep a few simple tips in mind to make the process easier.

Look For Cotton

There are many great items of clothing that aren’t made from 100% cotton. However, when shopping for long-lasting t-shirts, cotton and cotton blends is your best bet. Cotton blends are particularly helpful because they hold color better and are less likely to shrink when washed.

Cotton is:

  • Durable
  • Breathable
  • Insulating
  • Hypoallergenic

If you find a shirt that you like, and it isn’t all cotton, make sure it offers a 50/50 blend at the very least.

Figure Out Sizing

Another important way to ensure you only buy quality t-shirts that you’ll be happy with is to figure out sizing. Every company makes its clothing a bit differently, and it’s important to take that into account when shopping online. Pick Online Shop offers a carefully designed size chart that was made to provide you with an accurate way to ensure that your clothing fits. If an online merchant doesn’t take the time to provide sizing information for customers, chances are that you won’t receive very good service in other areas either.

Choose Fair Labor

After making sure that the shirts you’re looking at are well made and designed to fit, it’s a good idea to look into the company’s practices. What you spend your money on has a powerful effect on society, and choosing a company that practices responsible manufacturing will go a long way in doing good for the world.

Here at Pick Online Shop, we work hard to ensure that careful practices are used during every step of the supply chain, from the fabrics we use to make our clothing to the daily operations at our factories. We are even working with other socially and environmentally responsible clothing companies to help further improve human rights policies. When you buy from us, you’ll not only end up with quality t-shirts that you love, but you’ll be supporting a company that cares.

Check the Return Policy

We all make mistakes, and sometimes even carefully thought out purchases don’t end up working out. Before you order a t-shirt (or a bulk order of many), always make sure the company you’re buying from accepts returns.

Here at Pick Online Shop, we accept returns on unwashed and unused merchandise up to 30 days after you place your order. However, with the quality of our great tees and tanks, such as this Ladies’ Mini Rib V-neck Tee, you aren’t likely to be sending anything back.

Find Quality T-shirts at Pick Online Shop (POS)

Simple apparel at POS great for the gym, sports, running errands, and just enjoying everyday life. You can count on quality clothing in our collection so check out our huge selection today!

About the shirt and how it turned out as it is today

ABOUT THE SHIRT AND HOW IT TURNED OUT AS IT IS TODAY
 
Everybody has at least one shirt in his wardrobe. Some have more. They are commonly worn for every day purposes and in particular when you want to dress up. But not many people know that the shirt is one of our oldest garments.
 
Early shirts
 
Since before the Middle Ages the shirt has existed as a piece of clothing, but then only as underwear for men or as a night gown. In the early days the shirt had neither collar nor cuffs, but a hem that could be tightened and buttoned. And you always put it on by pulling it over your head. In the Middle Ages one could choose between fixed or detachable collar. The garment was often made out of linen and some times silk. In the 18th century the shirt was no longer worn only as underwear, the collar grew into enormous proportions and was decorated with embroidery and lace. Later the the collar grew back to smaller sizes again.
 
The golden days of tailoring
 
During this period of time no shirts were mass produced in factories. The well suited man bought his shirt from the tailor, just like many do today again, whilst the common man wore shirts made by his wife. For long the shirt was a garment of simple design, but in the middle of the 19th century the shirt was tailored more to the shape of the body, the fixed collar disapeared and the shirt started to show up in more colourful designs espescially as sports shirts and labour shirts. The white shirt was, until the end of the 19th century, considered to be an important attribute of prosperity.
 
The modern shirt
 
At the end of the World War 1 the shirt went through a major transformation. It was only at that time the modern shirt with buttons all along the front became popular, even if the first buttoned shirt was registered by Brown, Davies & Co as early as 1871. In the 1930’s the shirt with the fixed collar revived and it has been with us ever since. Twenty years later the nylon shirt was introduced and during the same period of time the more daring short sleeve shirt became high fashion. In the 1960’s the chest pocket was introduced as a consequence of the vest under the suit jacket becoming more and more uncommon.
 
Nowadays the shirt is a piece of clothing for him as well as for her even if most of the shirts are manufactured for males. The styling and design variations of modern shirts are endless. The collar comes in many different cuts and sizes and is very sensitive to fashion fads. The fabric used come in many qualities and constructions. That is the way it has always been. You can find shirts in various qualities in almost any store today including well assorted food stores. But a fine shirt – one that you wear with pride – you get custom made from your tailor.
 
The tailored shirt
 
A tailor-made shirt is a valuable garment that you treat with dignity and care and you are quick to put it on as soon as you get it in your hands. And then you long for wearing it again and again. Accompanied by a suit and a tie of superb taste or casually unbuttoned together with your favourite jeans the tailor-made shirt make your outfit complete. Your are quite simply very comfortably well dressed.

The History of the T-Shirts

The History of the T-Shirts
While t-shirts have a distinctly modern feel, their origins — as an undershirt — go back over a century.

colorful-tshirt

Colorful T-shirts

T-shirts get their name from the T-shape formed by their boxy body and attached sleeves. And such T-shaped garments go back centuries; originally made from wool or silk, these sets of underwear often covered the whole body, were designed to absorb perspiration, and served as a barrier between a man’s skin and the more expensive garments he wanted to protect from bodily grime.

The original “undershirts” were united with bottoms to create a set of one-piece underwear — hence, the “union” suit. When manufacturers began creating separated, two-piece sets, the modern undershirt was born.

During the Industrial Revolution, advancements in weaving and the manufacturing of cotton fabric birthed undergarments that were more breathable and fitted than their often baggy and rough forerunners (though they were far from as soft and cool as tees are today). “T-shirts” during the 19th century commonly took the form of the tops to two-piece union suits men wore under their clothes, which miners and dockworkers took to wearing alone with trousers while they labored.

Around the turn of the 20th century, the US Navy began issuing undershirts to its sailors, and other branches of the military would follow suit in the decades to come. These undershirts were designed to be worn under one’s uniform, but soldiers, sailors, and Marines, especially those fighting in sweltering topical climates, often removed their uniform top in order to work just in their tees and trousers.

Garments specially designed to be worn as undershirts were also available to the public. Comfortable, inexpensive, and easy to clean, they were adopted by farmers, ranchers, and laborers of all kinds, as well as athletes and sporting enthusiasts. In the 1940s tees-as-outerwear also started to become popular play clothes for young boys, who didn’t have to follow as strict a dress code as older men, and who were notorious for getting dirty.

WWII lent the undershirt greater acceptance as outerwear, as well as some heroic cachet. Soldiers continued to wear them back at home around the house, and civilians adopted the practice as well. As a 1940s Sears, Roebuck and Co. catalog read, “You needn’t be a soldier to have your own personal t-shirt.”

After WWII, veterans continued to wear their undershirts with trousers while working around the house. Then in the 1950s, films like The Wild Ones, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Rebel Without a Cause, popularized the undershirt as stand-alone outerwear. Marlon Brando and James Dean lent the tee an air of edgy rebelliousness, turning it into an emblem of masculine cool. And as so commonly happens, the middle-class soon co-opted as their own what had formerly been working class wear.

Worn by brooding movie stars like Brando and Dean, as well as beatnik poets like Jack Kerouac, T-shirts became a symbol of one’s allegiance with the working man, and disdain for authority and mainstream culture.

Advancements in screen-printing in the 1960s birthed a new wave of graphic tees that sported everything from band names to political slogans. T-shirts became one of the great democratizers of American clothing; while the cut, tailoring, and fabric of one’s garments had formerly signaled one’s identity and class, standardized, inexpensive tees became the new vehicles for personal expression.

Graphic tees go all the way back to the 30s and 40s, as is seen in the 1942 Life photograph on the left. But they really took off in the 60s, along with advances in screen-printing.

And so it was that a piece of clothing you wouldn’t have seen on a single person walking down the street 75 years ago, became the de facto national uniform of the United States.