USGI Universal Sizing Chart

Getting Your Size

The US military has one all-encompassing size chart much like European nations, except because we're Americans and we can't do math due to our crippled public education system we use words instead of numbers to describe size.

Every garment is different, so for example when you order a "Medium Regular" jacket that's meant to be an outer layer, its physical measurements may seem larger than what you're used to - this is usually because the sizing is adjusted for it to be worn as a layer on top of other clothing or even body armor. However, if you stick to your size, everything should fit as originally designed. 

Too long? Go down a length. Too Big? Go down a size. etc. 

Grab a tailor's tape, or simply use a string and mark it to measure around your chest with your arms down for best results. Additionally you'll need to know your overall height in feet and inches like the imperium intended, and your waist size in inches.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to open a live chat with us or send us an email and we'll get you fitted up.


Chest Fit

Size Name Chest Circumference 
 Extra Small up to 33"
Small 33-37"
Medium 37-41"
Large 41-45"
Extra Large 45-49"
XXL 49-53"


Shirt Length*

Size Name Length From Collar To Hem User Height
 Extra Short 25" 5'3"-5'6"
Short 27" 5'6"-5'8"
Regular 29"


Long 31" 6'0-6'2"
Extra Long 33" 6'3 +

 *garment length may vary if it's meant to be tucked in/layered. Stick with your typical shirt chest size and user height.


Waist Size

Size Name Waist Circumference
 Extra Small 23-27"
Small 27-31"
Medium 31-35"
Large 35-39"
Extra Large 39-43"
XXL 43-47"


Pant Length (Inseam)

Size Name Length From Crotch to Floor User Height
Short 26.5-29.5" 5'6"-5'8"
Regular 29.5-32.5"


Long 32.5-35.5" 6'0-6'2"