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    Getting perfect body measurements has never been easier. You are only going to need 2 minutes. It starts with some basic information, then you take a front and side photo.

    Here are a few tips to get the most precise measurements possible:

    1. You need to do this in your underwear or the tightest clothing you have so the data will be as precise as possible.
    *Note: your photos are not saved or shared. No humans ever have access to these so there is no need to feel embarrassed.

    2. Take your photos in front of a simple background so the AI can clearly see you.

    3. Stay inside the green box and if the tool suggests retaking a photo for any reason... do it! Your measurements are key in nailing the fit of your new gear.

    To get started, open the link below in your Safari (iOS) or Chrome (Android) mobile browser to enjoy a safe body measuring experience.


    1. Wear fitted clothing: underwear is best here.

    2. Take off all unnecessary items of clothing and accessories, such as hats, bracelets, and bags.

    3. Long hair should be tied up or pulled back.

    4. The pose should be natural with relaxed arms (don’t squeeze your legs, put or hold your hands together, place hands in pockets, or stand stiff).

    5. The distance between your feet should be 10 to 15 cm (4 to 6 inches).

    6. The distance between you and the camera should be about 2 to 2.5m (6 to 8 ft). The camera center placement should be at the waist level of the person.

    7. Make sure your photos are bright and clear—with the distinct contour of your body. Photos in the dark won’t work.

    We understand that the gender binary options in the sizing process may cause discomfort for some of our non-binary, gender fluid, transgender, and other customers who do not fit into the male or female categories. We want to apologize directly for this and assure you that, as a company and individuals, we acknowledge, support, and celebrate the diversity of all gender identities. Unfortunately, selecting your gender is part of the third party measurement tool we use (called 3DLOOK) and is not something we can control. However, we have actively voiced our concerns to their upper management and are working towards finding a solution that better serves all of our customers. In the meantime, we ask that you please select your gender assigned at birth. We deeply regret any negative emotions this may cause and promise to continue advocating for more inclusive options in the future.