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Fly Aurora Snowmobile Bibs

FLY4 47020502X

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    • Waterproof construction with Thermo-Insulation
    • Taped seams for maximum waterproofing
    • Boot gaiters help keep the snow out
    • Full length leg zippers make these bibs easy to get in and out of
    • Reinforced knees for increased abrasion resistance
    • Tether D-ring
    • Reflective printing for increased visibility and safety
    • Chest pocket and two side pockets
    • Adjustable shoulder straps
    • Available in short and tall sizes
    • Short sizes are 4 inches shorter than normal size and tall is 4 inches taller than normal
  • FLY Snowmobile Bib Sizing Chart For Men
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    Listed below are the FLY bib sizing chart guidelines. Please note that these sizing charts are based on averages. They tend to work for most, but not all people.
    General sizing factors to consider
    • Take into consideration how you like your clothes to fit. Do you prefer a snug, loose, or somewhere in between fit. Take this into account when choosing your size.
    • If you have a belly or gut you should take that into consideration. For example, if you have a 38" waist, but your belly measures 46". Then using the belly measurement to determine what size you need might be more appropriate.
    • If the item doesn't fit, you can return or exchange it.
     
    Your Waist Your Inseam Your FLY Bib Size
    28-1/2" to 30" 29" XS
    30-1/2" to 32" 30" S
    32-1/2" to 34" 31" M
    34-1/2" to 36" 32" L
    36-1/2" to 38" 32.5" XL
    38-1/2" to 40" 32.5" 2XL
    40-1/2" to 42" 32.5" 3XL
    34-1/2" to 36" 28" L Short
    36-1/2" to 38" 28.5" XL Short
    38-1/2" to 40" 28.5" 2XL Short
    40-1/2" to 42" 28.5" 3XL Short
    34-1/2" to 36" 36" L Tall
    36-1/2" to 38" 36.5" XL Tall
    38-1/2" to 40" 36.5" 2XL Tall
    40-1/2" to 42" 36.5" 3XL Tall
     
     
    How to Measure Guide
    How to Determine
    Your Chest Measurement
    How to Determine
    Your Waist Measurement
    How to Determine
    Your Sleeve Measurement
    How to Determine
    Your Inseam Measurement
    How to Determine
    Your Hip Measurement
    For Women
    Your chest measurement is the circumference of your chest at itÆs largest point. Measure this by standing up straight with your arms out. Then wrap a measuring tape around your body under your arm pits and across the breast bone with arms relaxed. Make sure the tape measure is parallel with the floor. Having someone else take the measurement makes it much easier and accurate. 

    For women, measure around the shoulder blades, under the armpits and over the fullest part of the bust.
    Your waist measurement is the circumference of your waist where your body has a natural crease.  Measure this by standing in front of a mirror facing it, then bend to one side. Where your body creases is your natural waist. Wrap a measuring tape around your natural waist line while keeping the tape measure parallel with the floor. This is your waist measurement. Note for those with a belly or gut, measure around the largest section. Using the belly/gut measurement for sizing usually results in better fit for those with a belly/gut. Having someone else take the measurement makes it much easier and accurate.  Your sleeve measurement  is distance from the center back of the neck, over point of the shoulder, down the outside of the arm to the wrist. Measure this by having your  arm relax at your side and slightly bent. Measure from the center back of the neck, measure over your shoulder and elbow points, and end at the wrist bone. Having someone else take the measurement makes it much easier and accurate.  The inseam is the total length of the inside seam from your crotch to your ankle. To take this, stand straight, but relax. Measure the distance from the crotch to the ankle. Having someone else take the measurement makes it much easier and accurate.  Your hip measurement is the total circumference of your hipÆs at their largest point. Measure this by wrapping a measuring tape around your body at hip level. Keep the tape measure parallel to the floor, and relax when taking the measurement.
    Having someone else take the measurement makes it much easier and accurate.