Our products have been designed to be ergonomical and perfectly fit while riding on the saddle, that means you should try them on the bike to check the fitting.
Place the measuring tape around your chest passing under your armpits at nipples level. The tape should always be flat, but not too tight.
To measure the circumference place the measuring tape approximately at the base of your rib cage. Usually this is the narrowest part of your torso and it is often located at or above your belly button. Stand up straight and breathe normally.
Place your feet together because having your feet apart can create a measurement that’s actually larger than your hip area. Your hips are below the waist, and they are usually wider than it. Your hip measurements should be taken at where your hips are the widest. Hold a cloth tape measure on one hip and bring the other end around.
Measure from the very top of your inner leg to the bottom of your knee. Repeat this process on your other leg and average out to achieve your most accurate inseam length.
All our products provide a race cut, but there are some differences in cut and shape among our Collections. Be aware that cyclists tend to lose 2/3 kg (4.5/6.5 lbs) during summertime: it might be possible to wear S in August and M around wintertime. Keep that in mind to make the best choice possible. If you think you’re in between sizes, we normally suggest to choose one size up.
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