|Inside Length (Inseam)|
|Your Bust Size|
Source: Mons Royale
Mons Royale One piece ski and snowboard suits fit like regular jackets and pants, so please use this guide in order to get the perfect fit.
In Our Opinion
The Mons Royale size charts are accurate and reliable.
We are confident in the fit of Airblaster ski and snowboard onepiece suits because:
- We have tried the suits on ourselves, in a full range of models and sizes.
- We monitor customer returns.
- We see customers wearing the suits in our Snowboard/Ski Shop
- We have been selling them for years!
How to Measure Your Chest
How to Measure Your Inside Leg (Inseam)
How to Measure Your Hips
How to Measure Your Waist
Snowboard / Ski Pant Dimensions
The waist band size, as physically measured on a pair of snowboard or ski pants, will rarely be the same as that quoted by the manufacturer, as the manufacturer quotes the waist measurement of the person the pants are designed to fit, and the waist band rarely aligns with a person's natural waist line. If a manufacturer quotes a 34" waist, the pants should fit you if you have a 34 inch waist, but the waist band on the pants, depending on the cut of the pants, may not actually be 34 inches.
When you measure the inseam on a pair of snowboard or ski pants, it should be similar to your own inside leg measurement but people often wear snowboard or ski pants with shorter inseams than their inside leg measurement or their normal street trousers because:
a) Snowboard and ski boots are bulky and rise up your leg a fair way.
b) It's the fashion to wear your pants with the crotch low down towards your knees so, if you are one of these people, the inside leg measurement makes precious little difference.
People also wear pants with extra long legs if they like the bunched up look.
We strongly recommend that you never measure a jacket to determine the chest size you need. Actual garment sizes differ substantially from the dimensions quoted in the table at the top of this page because the manufacturer makes allowances for:
- The wearing of mid and / or base layers beneath the jacket
- The freedom of movement required for snowboarding
- The cut and style of the jacket
- The insulation which may or may not be included in a particular jacket.
All of the above will differ depending on a jacket's specific design. A jacket's physical dimensions will always be significantly greater than your actual chest measurement but this difference will also vary from jacket to jacket.
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