Most trouser companies lie to you but we don’t. Our sizing is exact.
Grab your favourite pair of jeans or trousers and a tape measure. Be prepared for a shock, as most jeans are “vanity” sized. Ours are not. Study the photos below and note down each measurement as shown below and double each number. Typically we see most jeans are labelled up to 2in smaller than the real size. So a 32in jeans from some brands would actually measure the same as a 34in HebTroCo trouser.
Compare your numbers with our sizes to make sure you get the right HebTroCo trousers.
For leg length please bear in mind that trousers may shrink up to half an inch in length upon first washing. Waist size not affected.
But measure them properly! Not like this…
Measure them like this (below) – pulling the waist band tight… The 16in dimension below (inside to inside) indicates these are our 32in trousers (2×16=32). Note that trousers will “give” up to 1in over the first few days if they are a bit tight on you from new. Compare this to high street trousers means that if you take a 34in High Street trouser you may well need a 36in HebTroCo due to our “true” sizing. Perhaps more if you wear stretch trousers!
This is how we measure our “seat” dimension – it’s the widest part of the trousers.
The leg opening…
Our trouser dimensions (subject to manufacturing tolerances)
Typically a 34in HebTroCo trouser fits someone who takes a “high street” 32in trouser.
Rise? That’s the dimension from the crotch seam to the top of the waist band, at either the front or the back.