Custom BJJ GI Size Charts

 

Killer Bee Gi BJJ Gi Measuring Diagram


Measuring From An Existing BJJ Gi That Fits Well:

  1. Sleeve To Sleeve: (A) Lay the gi on a flat surface and measure from one sleeve end to the other. Add 6%.
  2. Total Jacket Height: (B) Measure from the BASE of the lapel to the end of the skirt jacket. Add 6%.
  3. Chest Width: (C) Measure from LEFT to RIGHT of the base of the armpit. Add 6%.
  4. Shoulder: (D) Measure from the the top of the sleeve to the bottom. Add 6%.
  5. Jacket Cuff: (E) Measure from the top of the sleeve cuff to the bottom. Add 6%.
  6. Jacket Vent: (F) Measure from the top of the vent to the bottom. Add 6%.
  7. Skirt Bottom Width: (G) Measure from LEFT to RIGHT of the skirt bottom. Add 6%.
  8. Total Pant Height: (H) Measure from the top of the pants down to the cuff. This is NOT an inseam measurement. Add 6%.
  9. Pant Cuff Width: (I) Measure from left to right of the cuff. Add 6%.
  10. Pant Width: (J) With the plant laid flat, measure from left to right of the jacket pants. Add 6%.
  11. Pant Thigh: (K) Measure from LEFT to RIGHT of the thigh area. Add 6%.
  12. Crotch Measurement: (L) Measure from the top of the pants to the intersection of the seam. Add 6%.

Measuring From Your Body (Factors In Shrinkage):

  1. Sleeve To Sleeve: (A) With your arms extended, close your fists. Have someone measure from one fist end to the other. Add two inches.
  2. Total Jacket Height: (B) From the base of your neck. Where the large vertebrate is, measure from that point down to below your buttocks or where you want the skirt to end.
  3. Chest Width: (C) With measuring tape, take a circumference measurement of your puffed out chest. Take this measurement and enter into the size chart calculator for CHEST for your result.
  4. Shoulder: (D) With measuring tape, take a circumference measurement of your flexed bicep and enter into the size chart calculator for BICEP for your result.
  5. Jacket Cuff: (E) With measuring tape, take a circumference measurement of your wrist and multiply that number by .90.
  6. Jacket Vent: (F) Usually this will range from 4.5-5 for children and 5 - 6.5 for adults.
  7. Skirt Bottom Width: (G) Usually this measurement will be the same as the chest result.  If you have a larger belly than chest then take a circumference measurement and enter that value into the CHEST CALCULATOR and then use that result for the Skirt Bottom Width.
  8. Total Pant Height: (H) Measure from where you like to wear your pants all the way down to the UNDERSIDE of your outside ankle bone.
  9. Pant Cuff Width: (I) With measuring tape, take a circumference measurement of your ankle and multiply that number by .80. 
  10. Pant Width: (J) With measuring tape, take a circumference measurement of your waist and enter into the size chart calculator for WAIST for your result.
  11. Pant Thigh: (K) With measuring tape, take a circumference measurement of your thigh at the thickest point and enter into the size chart calculator for THIGH for your result.
  12. Crotch Measurement: (L) With measuring tape, LOOSLY measure from where you wear your pants in the front, under your crotch to the same position on the other side and enter that measurement into the size chart calculator for CROTCH for your result.