With our varying collection of 4RM Underwear know that our items are made to size. If you measure your waist size stick with the size that covers the range of your measured size. Feel free to review our sizing chart to ensure you make the right sizing choice. And if you are unsure, order one of our single basics and your order will be credited towards a future bundle order.
Our products are made and designed with consistency in mind. This means we design all of our items to have a unified fit so that every time you order you can be assured that you will have the correct size.
Below you will find our sizing options for each of our categories. Please keep in mind that these measurements provide you a basis for deciding what size to wear. Meaning we account for the actual size of the garment so you can decide on how you choose to wear. This way you can choose the fit that is best for you.
Our 4RM collection will include undershirts to accompany the basic necessities we will provide. The chest size will be of upmost importance in determining your size. Be sure to choose the size where you measurement falls in between. If your measurement is outside of the range provided, be sure to round up.
T - Shirts
Our various 4MAT collections will include various types of shirts to assist you with your essential wardrobe. The chest size will be of upmost importance in determining your size. Be sure to choose the size where you measurement falls in between. If your measurement is outside of the range provided, be sure to round up.
Sleepwear & Loungewear
With our collection of various sleepwear & loungewear pieces and separates it is important to take into account both waist size as well as chest size when measuring your size for these items. Be sure to take into account the fit you are looking for when it comes to your after hours clothing. Some like very loose fitting others a bit closer to the body. Remember these are for lounging so make sure they are comfortable in fit.
Sweatsuits & Activewear
With our collection of various sweatsuits and activewear sets and separate pieces it is important to take into account both waist size as well as chest size when measuring your size for hoodies, sweaters, sweatpants, shorts, etc. Be sure to take into account the fit you are looking for when it comes to choosing the right size for you. With the multi-functionality of sweatsuits and outerwear be sure to take your desired fit into account when ordering.
With our selection of swim trunks we understand how important sizing can be. Ensure you choose the correct waist size and take into account how you desire your trunks to fit. With a stretching waist band and other fitting types be sure to take all options into account including certain styles with inside netting. All netted trunks construction will be constructed with the net being factored in for sizing.
Our Socks are one size fits most. That’s as simple as it comes. We should have you covered unless you’re like Shaq or something. And even then don't count us out.
How to Measure
For the most accurate measuring make sure you have on as little clothing as possible. Ideally you want to measure yourself in you undergarments. The exception to this rule is if you are measuring for outerwear such as jackets, blazers, etc.
It is recommended to use a soft measuring tape to take the most precise measurements which will allow for the most accurate sizing.
For underwear measure around your waist where you normally wear your underwear with your forefinger between the measuring tape and your waist to ensure proper sizing to maximize comfort.
For pants, shorts, jeans & trunks measure around your waist where you normally wear your garments you are measuring for and if worn with a shirt measure with a shirt in place while inserting your forefinger between your waist and measuring tape for most accurate measurement.
Measure a similar item to what you are looking to measure that fits well. Measure along the items inseam from the crotch seam to the bottom of its hem. Unless it is shorts or underwear. Measure to the bottom of the garment.
Measure around the base of the neck inserting your forefinger between the measuring tape and your neck for proper fit. Take measurements in half inch increments and round up when needed.
For t-shirts and undershirts measure the fullest part of the chest keeping the measuring tape firmly under your armpits.
For suits and jackets calculate the measurements the same as above over a shirt.
Bend your elbow slightly, measure from the middle of your back slightly below the neck, across your shoulder, down to you elbow, then down to your wrist. Round up when necessary.