Men's Size Guide
Welcome to the Mazeys Mod Clothing size guide, where we aim to help you find the perfect fit for your mod-inspired wardrobe. At Mazeys, we believe that style and comfort should go hand in hand, which is why we offer a range of sizes to cater to all body types.
We understand that finding the right size can be a daunting task, so we've put together this guide to help you navigate through our sizing options and make an informed decision about your purchases. Whether you're a seasoned mod enthusiast or new to the scene, we're here to ensure that you look and feel your best in our carefully curated collection of mod clothing.
UK shoe sizes are used to display all shoes and boots, but it's important to note that international shoe size conversion can vary across different brands. To ensure an accurate fit, we recommend consulting the size guide provided by the brand you are considering.
Sizing Guide for the Perfect Fit
Follow these simple steps to measure your feet and choose the right size:
Timing is important: Avoid measuring your feet in the morning, as they tend to swell throughout the day. Measure at the end of the day for the most accurate results.
Heel-toe length measurement:
a. Place a piece of paper on the floor, with one end touching a wall. b. Stand on the paper, positioning your heel against the wall. c. Mark the end of your longest toe on the paper (you might need a friend to help you). d. Measure the distance from the wall to the marking in a straight line. e. Repeat the process for the other foot.
Compare your measurements: Use the larger of the two measurements and compare it with our size chart to determine your correct size.
Choosing the Right Size:
If you find yourself in between two sizes, we recommend choosing the larger size for a more comfortable fit. Remember, you can always try them on at home.
Not the right size? No worries! You can return or exchange your items within 30 days for a full refund or exchange. Check our return policy for more details.
With this sizing guide, you can confidently select the perfect and enjoy a comfortable and stylish experience.
Hats & Caps
The inside circumference of the brim is used to measure hat sizes. Below is a sizing chart for hats and conversions between different hat sizes.
Measuring your head for a hat is a simple process that you can do with just a measuring tape. Here are the steps to follow:
First, you need to determine where you want the hat to sit on your head. Most hats are worn about one finger's width above the eyebrows, but this can vary depending on personal preference.
Take the measuring tape and wrap it around the widest part of your head, making sure that the tape is level and sits about 1cm above your eyebrows and ears.
Note down the measurement where the tape meets, and record it in centimeters or inches.
If you are between two sizes, it is generally best to size up rather than down. You can also refer to the hat manufacturer's size chart for guidance.
Once you have determined your head size, you can select the appropriate size of hat that matches your head measurement.
Chest sizes in inches are used for UK & US sizing, while European sizing includes Italian, French, Spanish, German, Swedish, Dutch and Portuguese clothing. Australian clothing sizes are equivalent to UK sizes. The sizes displayed on our website are in UK sizing.
Measuring your chest size is a simple process that can be done at home with the help of a measuring tape. Here's how to do it:
Stand upright with your arms at your sides, and make sure you are wearing a well-fitted shirt.
Take the measuring tape and wrap it around the widest part of your chest. This is usually at the level of your nipples.
Make sure the measuring tape is snug but not too tight, and that it is parallel to the ground. Take note of the measurement in inches or centimeters.
Repeat the measurement two or three times to ensure accuracy.
Record the highest measurement as your chest size.
It's important to note that different clothing brands may have different sizing charts, so it's always best to check their size guides before making a purchase.
The majority of men's fashion brands adhere to a rough fit guide (in inches) for their clothing sizes:
Small: 36" - 38" Medium: 38" - 40" Large: 40" - 42" XL: 42" - 44" XXL: 44" - 46" 3XL: 46" - 48"
It is important to note that these sizes are recommended to fit, and are not the measurements of the garments themselves. However, fit and size can vary from brand to brand, with some offering multiple fits, such as slim, regular, or easy fit. It is advisable to check the size guide for each item, which can be found on our website.
For formal shirts, collar sizes in inches are often used as a sizing guide. The following sizes are an approximate conversion guide:
14.5" collar - XS 15 " Collar - Small 15.5" Collar - Medium 16" Collar - Large 16.5" Collar - XL 17" Collar - XXL
Please note that sizes may vary slightly among brands or different fits. To measure your collar size, wrap a measuring tape around the fullest part of your neck, keeping it snug but not too tight. For a comfortable fit, place two fingers between the tape and your neck, and round up to the nearest half-inch.
Long Sleeve Polo:
The sizing for trousers typically includes the waist size in inches, followed by a letter indicating the inside leg length, for example, 32R indicates a 32" waist with a 'regular' length leg.
For sizes presented as 32W 32L, this means a 32" waist with a 32" inside leg.
The international conversion guide for men's trousers and jeans sizes shows UK and US sizes in inches.
To measure your waist, wrap a measuring tape around your waistline where you typically wear trousers or jeans, with your forefinger between your body and the tape. Trousers, jeans, and flares are typically equal to your waist size, so if you have a 32" waist, you should wear a size 32" jeans or trousers. Alternatively, you can measure the waistband of a pair of trousers or jeans that fit comfortably by measuring the circumference of the waistband with the trousers fastened.
The available leg lengths for jeans, trousers, and flares are typically short (S) at approximately 30", regular (R) at approximately 32", and long (L) at approximately 34". However, some styles may vary, so it is important to check the size guide per brand or item description for more information.
To measure your inside leg, use a pair of trousers or jeans that fit well and measure from the top of the inner trouser leg seam to the opening at the bottom of the trouser leg (the hem). The resulting number of inches is the inseam length, rounded to the nearest half-inch.
Typically, for suits, the jacket size is 6 inches larger than the trouser size. For instance, if your waist size is 30 inches, your jacket size would be 36 inches.
To measure your chest, raise your arms slightly and measure just below your arms, ensuring that the tape crosses over the shoulder blades and the fullest part of the chest. Your suit size is equal to your chest size. Therefore, if your chest measurement is 38 inches, you should wear a size 38 suit.
To confirm your suit size, measure your waist or the waistband of a comfortable, well-fitting pair of pants and add 6 inches.
To measure your waist, use a measuring tape to measure around your waistline where you typically wear your trousers, with your forefinger between your body and the tape. Trousers sizes are typically equal to your waist size, so if you have a 32" waist, you should wear a size 32" trouser. Alternatively, you can measure the waistband of a comfortable pair of trousers that fit well by measuring the circumference of the waistband with the trousers fastened.