Belt Size Guide
To determine the correct size of the belt, measure the circumference of the part of the body where you intend to wear the belt. For example, the circumference of your hip will be different than the circumference of your waist. This distance in centimeters is the belt size (not the total length of the belt!). When measuring a hip belt you do not measure the widest point of your hips, but the point where you will wear the belt which is usually above the broadest point of your hips.
On the basis of the circumference you measure, you can determine which size of belt is most suitable. You choose the size that is closest to measured circumference. For example, you measure 96cm, then you choose size 95. If you measure 103cm, then choose size 105.
|85||This size is suitable if you measure a circumference of 80 to 90 cm ( 31.5' - 35.5')|
|95||This size is suitable if you measure a circumference of 90 to 100 cm ( 31.5' - 39')|
|105||This size is suitable if you measure a circumference of 100 to 110 cm ( 39' - 43' )|
|115||This size is suitable if you measure a circumference of 110 to 120 cm ( 43' - 47' )|
|125||This size is suitable if you measure a circumference of 120 to 130 cm ( 47' - 51' )|
When determining the correct size of the belt it is important to know that the displayed belt size is the distance in centimeters from the initial buckle measured to the middle hole and not the total length of the belt.
The total length of a belt will always be about 10-15 centimeters longer than a belt size.
If you have doubts about the right size please contact us.