Fishing Shirt Size Chart: Order online and get the right size.
You want to order online, but the size and fit guides have never really helped. Therefore it is hard to find clothes that fit. What we have found, is that every manufacturer makes their sizes a little differently, and if you become familiar with the sizes of one brand, they might be entirely different to another. Very frustrating! This Fishing Shirt Size Chart and info will help you order the size that fits you.
Size charts come in two sizes (ha).
In order to know how to use a size chart, what is necessary is that the manufacturer tells the whole story. Some manufacturers don’t make it clear which they are describing:
1. Sellers either tell the measurement of the shirt, and you fit your self into it.
2. Or they tell the measurement of the person that will fit well into the shirt
(they decide how loose it fits).
Our fishing shirt size chart works, here’s how:
Rattlin Jack gives the measure of each shirt and then we tell you how to get what kind of fit you want. (see information below the size chart). Therefore you will be satisfied with the fit from the beginning.
Refer to the article below “I am a guy. I don’t own a flexible measuring tape” if you do not know your chest measurement.
Order confidently online and get the right size.
GET THE RIGHT SIZE in all our Men’s Long Sleeve UPF 50+ shirts:
If you know your chest measurement use this info to get the fit you want:
XSmall Size: The Extra Small shirt measures 20 inches, 40 inches around, so will fit a man with a chest measurement of 36″ (room to move) to 40″ (skin tight).
Small Size: The Small shirt measures 21 inches, 42 inches around, so will fit a man with a chest measurement of 38″ (room to move) to 42″ (skin tight).
Medium Size: The Medium shirt measures 22 inches, 44 inches around, so will fit a man with a chest measurement of 40″ (room to move) to 44″ (skin tight).
Large Size: The Large shirt measures 23 inches, 46 inches around, so will fit a man with a chest measurement of 42″ (room to move) to 46″ (skin tight).
XLarge Size: The XLarge shirt measures 24 inches, 48 inches around, so will fit a man with a chest measurement of 44″ (room to move) to 48″ (skin tight).
2XLarge Size: The 2XL shirt measures 25 inches, 50 inches around, so will fit a man with a chest measurement of 46″ (room to move) to 50″ (skin tight).
3XLarge Size: The 3XL shirt measures 26 inches, 52 inches around, so will fit a man with a chest measurement of 48″ (room to move) to 52″ (skin tight).
** Waist and hip measures the same as the chest in these shirts. If your waist or hips are larger, you might consider a larger size.
These sleeves have extra length to protect your wrists while you cast or sail.
Illustration by Mick Coulas, a Florida digital artist. An avid fisherman, his designs capture the excitement of the chase of freshwater, inshore and offshore species exclusively for Rattlin Jack™ Fishing brand fishing apparel.
Dye sublimation is not a silkscreen process. It dyes the fabric with the image so the fabric has the same breathability as before it was decorated. The image will not crack, peel or warp, lasting the life of the garment.
Steal away for a day’s fishing. Stay dry and sun safe with UPF 50+ quick dry t-shirts from Rattlin Jack™ Apparel.
“I am a guy. I don’t own a flexible measuring tape.”
And you don’t need one!
1. Take your favorite fitting shirt and lay it on the table.
2. Using a ruler or carpenter’s measuring tape, measure 1″ below the armpits for the chest. Then double the measurement for the chest size of the shirt that best fits you.
3. Our fishing shirt size chart shows the measurement of the shirt when flat on the table, times two for the chest measurement. Find the measure that best matches your favorite shirt.
Also f you know the measure of your chest, use the info in the section “GET THE RIGHT SIZE” near the chart. It shows how big each size measures, and how it will fit you.
Follow the size chart for the other measurements, including length. Some really tall guys need more length especially for sun protection while bending over in the boat and thus might have to go a size bigger.
Email me if you have any questions!