cray- Posted December 5, 2006 Report Share Posted December 5, 2006 I've poured over the sizing charts on this site and others. I've got the tape measure onto my t-shirts, polos and soccer jerseys and all to no avail. Due to the high postage costs for us internationals and the complete absense of hockey jerseys in this country, I dont want to make a mistake. HELP ME PLEASE! How big to people tend to wear their jerseys? My main concern is the climate. When I see fans in the stands they seem to be wearing quite large sizes. I assume this is so they can fit over the top of thick hoodies and sweaters cause it's so cold. Obviously in Australia we don't have this problem. But i do like the baggy style and I certainly dont want it to look like a fitted t-shirt. I'm 6'2" about 220 lbs and the measurement across the chest on my soccer jerseys which are worn only as a t-shirt is about 23-24". This would put me in a CCM Replica size L 48-50". I'm worried this might be a bit small to be worn over the top of a hoodie in the winter here. What do you guys think? Do you generally buy a size bigger than normal or do hockey jerseys already account for this with generous sizing? Would you get a smaller size for summertime and wear it like a T or just leave it extra baggy? ARGH so confusing...sorry for the long rant but it's a fair chunk'o'change and I don't think returning it for an exchange is really an option. Not with 45$USD for postage from IceJerseys to me. Thanks all in advance. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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