It's easy to determine your accurate measurements for jean sizing. With a few quick tips, you will be able to confidently know your size. Here are a few ways to find your measurement


1. Measure yourself

2. Measure and reference your favorite pair

3. Reference the sizing chart



Men's

Using a tailors tape, stand and measure your waist at the point where your jeans waistband is. If you are wearing jeans, subtract 1" from the measurement. If you are not wearing pants, that will be your actual waist measurement. 


Chart for measurements 

Actual Waist MeasurementJean Size
3028
3129
3230
34
32
37.536
3937
4139
42.541
you get the idea....



Please note that you should expect the rigid selvedge denim to fit snug (not tight) initially. The denim will break in as you wear it. You should expect your jeans to be slightly snug in the first few initial wears. That's quite okay. 







Measuring an old pair

-Lay the jean flat.

-Firmly smooth the waist flatly down. 

-Measure the waist from side to side

-Double that measurement

(use a reference image with arrows - just like Self Edge)


Chart for measurements

Actual Old Jean MeasurementJean Size
3028
3129
3230
3432
37.536
3937
4139
42.541
you got this......


*if you don't have a tape, no worries, we got you. contact us and we will gladly mail you a tape measure to use and keep. It is not recommended to use a carpenters tape measure - you won't get accurate measurements.