HOW WE MEASURE OUR CLOTHES
1) We measure each gear without stretching, then multiply it twice (e.g. item A from armpit to armpit is 60 cm x 2 = 120 cm and this value will appear in the table).
2) If the material is flexible, we give the range (e.g. A from the armpit to the armpit 60 cm, after stretching 67 cm, so the table will show the range 120-134 cm, the dimension before the hyphen is measured flat without stretching, after the hyphen it is the dimension after stretching).
To best fit your size, you can measure your own wardrobe in the same way as shown in the picture and described above. :)
3) If you find it in the size information, for example 44/48, it means that the garment is in universal size and fits the persons in the given dimensions.
4) If the overall length has 2 values (for example D 75/91), the first is the length at the front and the second on the back.
5. The tolerance is 1-2 cm.