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FEMALE MEASUREMENTS
READ CAREFULLY BEFORE TAKING THE FOLLOWING MEASUREMENTS
1. HAVE ANOTHER PERSON TAKE YOUR MEASUREMENTS USING A CLOTH TAPE MEASURE
2. DO NOT OVER MEASURE. TO BIG OR TO LONG CAN RESULT IN UNWEARABLE ARMOUR
3. WEAR APPROPRIATE CLOTHING (I.E DUTY SHIRT, EQUIPMENT BELT, ETC)
4. POINTS B AND D NATURAL WAISTLINE (SMALLEST INDENTATION ALONG THE TORSO) LOCATED BY RUNNING HAND DOWN THE SIDE OF BODY TO THE BOTTOM OF RIB CAGE
Zone Inches Remarks
A-B Top sternum to waist standing (Point A: where collar bones meet at top of sternum; i.e. just below tie knot location).
  Please provide above measurement in a sitting position. This ensures the correct length of armour is produced.
C-D Neck to waist standing (Point C: 7th Vertebrae, highest projecting bone just below hair line i.e. this point can usually be found under the back lower edge of your tie).
E-F Chest around fullest part of the bust(with arms relaxed at side of the body).
G-H Natural Waistline (refer to point 4).
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Weight
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Do you wear an equipment belt? Yes No
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MALE MEASUREMENTS
READ CAREFULLY BEFORE TAKING THE FOLLOWING MEASUREMENTS
1. HAVE ANOTHER PERSON TAKE YOUR MEASUREMENTS USING A CLOTH TAPE MEASURE
2. DO NOT OVER MEASURE. TO BIG OR TO LONG CAN RESULT IN UNWEARABLE ARMOUR
3. WEAR APPROPRIATE CLOTHING (I.E DUTY SHIRT, EQUIPMENT BELT, ETC)
4. POINTS B AND D NATURAL WAISTLINE (SMALLEST INDENTATION ALONG THE TORSO) LOCATED BY RUNNING HAND DOWN THE SIDE OF BODY TO THE BOTTOM OF RIB CAGE
Zone Inches Remarks
A-B Top sternum to waist standing (Point A: where collar bones meet at top of sternum; i.e. just below tie knot location).
  Please provide above measurement in a sitting position. This ensures the correct length of armour is produced.
C-D Neck to waist standing (Point C: 7th Vertebrae, highest projecting bone just below hair line i.e. this point can usually be found under the back lower edge of your tie).
E-F Chest around fullest part (with arms relaxed at side of the body).
G-H Natural Waistline (refer to point 4).
Height
Weight
Do you wear an equipment belt? Yes No
Name:
Company:
Address:
Contact Number:
Contact Email:


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