TALL Men’s Clothing Size Charts & Style Guide
The hard part is done: First, we designed and crafted the best tall men’s clothes in America. Then, we offered an insanely wide range of sizes and inseams to FIT you. What comes next is the easy part: Simply identify your size from the size charts below! 34 inseam? 36 inseam? Waist XS or 2XL? Lastly, order online for fast and easy delivery of perfect FIT styles for you. To that end, our men’s American tall size chart options below (with European equivalents), are provided below.
HAVE MORE QUESTIONS? Check out our Tall Men’s Style Guide below
Read below to find answers to all your tall men’s style questions. First, learn how to measure yourself for tall pants and dress shirts with our measuring guide below. Next, if you’re not sure what style suits your tall body best, send us your questions! Details about our Free FindMyFIT service are below. Lastly, if you’re ready to order, FORtheFIT’s tall men’s clothes are always in-stock and available in a range of styles, lengths and inseams to FIT you best. Because whether you are tall and slim, tall skinny, or big and tall, we will help you find your perfect FIT.
American Tall Men’s Clothing Size Chart:
(*International size conversions provided, too)
Think you’re hard to FIT? Nah. Since 2005, FORtheFIT has been stocking the most popular (and a few not so common) tall men’s sizes. Whatever your needs: 34×36 pants, 34×38 jeans, or even 40″ lengths, we offer sizes to FIT you. The first step is to find your size in our tall men’s size charts below. Once you identify a general size, start shopping! Then, be sure to read product description carefully. The charts below offer general sizing, but item-specific charts are included on every product page.
American Tall Men’s Size Chart – SHIRTS
For assistance on how to measure for Tall shirts, just scroll down to our guide below. Not located in the U.S.? No problem- International conversions are included in every chart and we also ship globally.
|Neck Size (for US American Tall, UK, Canada, Australia)||U.S. Chest Size (inches)||Neck Size (Europe)|
|2X-Large||19 / 19.5||40||45/46|
American Tall Men’s Size Chart – ATHLETIC PANTS / SWEATS / JOGGERS
The chart below features American and international tall men’s sizes. First, consult the chart below. Next, if you need help taking the measurements, read on for our measurement tutorial below.
|Tall Pants (Label Size)||X-Small||Small||Medium||Large||X-large||2X-large|
|Your Waist Measurement (inches)||< 28 waist||28 – 30 waist||32 – 34 waist||36 – 38 waist||40 – 42 waist||44 – 46 waist|
|Your Waist Measurement (cm)||< 70||71-79||81-89||91-99||101-109||111-119|
American Tall Men’s Size Chart – JEANS / CHINOS
For assistance on how to measure your waist and inseam for tall jeans, dress pants, chinos and more, simply review our instructions below. Are you based outside the U.S.? No problem. International conversions are included in every chart and we offer fast, low cost shipping throughout the world.
|Tall Pants (LABEL Size)||28 waist||29 waist||30 waist||31 waist||32 waist||33 waist||34 waist||35 waist||36 waist||38 waist||40 waist||42 waist||44 waist||46 waist||48 waist|
|Your Waist Measurement (inches)||28||29||30||31||32||33||34||35||36||37-38||39-40||41-42||43-44||45-46||47-48|
|Your Waist Measurement (cm)||71||74||76||79||81||84||86.5||89||91.5||95||100||105||110||115||120|
American Tall Men’s Size Chart – PANT LENGTHS / TALL INSEAMS
For assistance on how to measure your waist and inseam for tall pants, simply scroll down to our guide below. Not located in the U.S.? No problem- International conversions are included in every chart and we ship globally.
|Tall Pants (Label Size)||Reg-Tall||Tall||X-Tall||2X-Tall|
|Pants , Jeans & Athletic Pants: Inseam Measurement (inches)||34 inseam||36 inseam||38 inseam||40 inseam|
|Pants, Jeans & Athletic Pants: Inseam (cm)||86 cm||91 cm||96 cm||102 cm|
|Your Height (inches)||<6’4″||6’4″ to 6’6″||6’6″ to 6’8″||>6’8″|
|Your Height (cm)||<193 cm||193 to 198 cm||198 to 203 cm||>203 cm|
Top Style Tips for Tall Men – How to measure & What to wear
Step 1: How To Measure yourself for Tall Men’s Clothes
Finding your perfect FIT is easy- just find an inexpensive, soft tape measure and get to work! Don’t own one? Click the above link- we offer them right online at FORtheFIT.
Finding your collar size is easy! First, with a soft tape measure, either 1) measure around the base of your neck, or 2) measure the collar on your favorite shirt. If you are measuring from a shirt, you will start from the center of the collar button and run the tape to the far end of the button hole. The resulting measurement is your collar size.
If you intend to wear the shirt with a tie, the size you select should closely match your exact collar measurement. However, shirts you intend to wear without a tie may be purchased slightly larger at the neck. The larger neck offers comfort and a more casual look.
To measure your chest, first relax your arms at your sides. Then, measure around the fullest part of your chest, keeping the tape measure under the armpits. This is your chest size.
If you’re shopping for a jacket or sports coat, in addition to considering your chest, you will want to ensure comfort and a better fit in the upper arms and shoulders. Therefore, in addition to the chest measurement above, you will also want to know your overarm measurement. First, measure around your chest and arms (at the highest point of your shoulder blades). This is your overarm measurement. Next, subtract your chest measurement from your overarm measurement. If the difference is 7 or more inches, then we recommend ordering one size larger through the chest, so you can comfortably move your arms and shoulders in the jacket.
Sleeve Measurements (Arms):
To find what sleeve length to order, start by bending your elbow 90 degrees and placing your hand on your hip. Next, hold the tape at the center back of your neck. Last, measure across your shoulder to your elbow, and down to your wrist. Voila! You’ve just calulated your sleeve length.
Waist Size Measurements:
Figuring out what waist size to order for pants is simple. First, grab that soft tape measure. Second, measure loosely around your natural waistline. Third, don’t forget to breathe. Remember: if you hold the tape measure too tightly, you may pop a button the next time you take a deep breath or eat a sandwich! If you’re in-between sizes, consider a self-sizer waisted pant (learn more about those here)
Here’s how NOT to measure. First, do NOT simply go by the stated or label size on your favorite pants. Second, do not simply measure the waistband on the garment itself. That’s because depending on the intended rise of that item (ie. whether it’s supposed to sit AT or BELOW your waist), and also how it actually fits on you (ie whether you are wearing it as intended), the resulting numbers may have no relevance to your actual waist size. Instead, simply measure your waist itself.
Rise and Inseam: Measuring for Pants
Pant Length / Inseam:
Inseam is the measurement of your pants length from the crotch seam to the bottom hem. A professional tailor can take this measure for you. But, if you’re more comfortable, you can easily find this measurement at home. First, identify which of your existing pants fits you best. Next, fold that pair in half-lengthwise and lay on a flat surface (a bed, table or the floor will work). Then, measure from the crotch seam (where all the fabric meets) and straight down the pant leg all the way to the bottom. This is your inseam. Which your favorite pair were just an inch longer? Cool beans! Just add an inch to the number.
The rise on your pants refers to the distance from crotch to waist. Simply fold your pants in half lengthwise, and along the front of the pant, measure from the crotch seam to the top of the waistband to find the front rise. Rise is important because it determines where the pants sit on your body. First, rise is most commonly used to describe whether the pants are supposed to sit on your body. For example, low rise pants sit well below your waist, and high-rise just above. But YOU also have a natural rise – the distance between your crotch and waist, that also needs to be considered. If you are taller than average, you may have a tall rise.
If you are tall and skinny, you may find yourself buying regular, off the rack pants and wondering why they sit so low on your body. You may have a tall rise. If you are much taller than average, you may need to start with pants that feature a tall rise, and THEN shop for your perfect style (ie whether you want a tall/low rise to sit below your waist, or tall/standard rise to sit AT your natural waist). See our featured Pant Rise Article for more details.
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