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What are the measurements of the Slim and Standard Fit Sweaters?

Last Updated: Nov 18, 2013 02:29PM EST
Slim Fit Sweaters are slimmer in the chest and around the bottom and the waist. The body and sleeve lengths are the same, but the sleeves and arm holes are a bit narrower on the slim. If you like our slim shirting, you'll love the slim sweaters. For a visual comparison, click here.

More details are below. You'll want the sweater to fit 2-6 inches bigger in the chest than your chest measurement. (All measurements are in inches and will vary slightly):

​Standard Fit Sweater Sizing:
        XS      S  M L       XL     XXL
    Body Length from High Point of Shoulder*         26 1/4         27         27 1/2         28 1/4         28 3/4         29 1/2    
    Chest Width (1" below armhole)         37         39         41         44         47         50    
    Bottom Sweep Width (Bottom Hem)         13 3/4         14 3/4         15 3/4         17 1/4         18 3/4         20 1/4    
    Shoulder Width     16 1/2         17         17 1/2         18 1/4         19         19 3/4    
    Sleeve Length: Shoulder to cuff         25 1/4         25 1/2         25 3/4         26         26 1/4         26 1/2    
*Where shoulder seam meets collar

Slim Fit Sweater sizing:
        XS           S       M       L       XL     XXL
    Body Length from High Point of Shoulder*         26 1/4     27     27 1/2     28 1/4     28 3/4     29 1/2
    Chest Width (1" below armhole)     35 1/2     37 1/2     39 1/2     42 1/2     45 1/2     48 1/1
    Bottom Sweep Width (Bottom Hem)     13 1/4     14 1/4     15 1/4     16 3/4         18 1/4     19 3/4
    Shoulder Width      15 3/4     16 1/4     16 3/4     17 1/2         18 1/4     19 3/4
    Sleeve Length: Shoulder to cuff         25 1/4         25 1/2         25 3/4         26         26 1/4         26 1/2    
*Where shoulder seam meets collar

 
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