Nothing to match with your Size in Standard Sizes? We can make that in Custom Size Tailored Fitting.

Custom Size Tailored Fitting, have your leathers made according to your body measurements that feel comfortable and wearable all day long, even for those long rides.

The perfect Fit comes from years of experience and knowing how to interpret the 26 body measurements and then stretching for the riding position. Each panel of a standard suit is transformed into a panel that will allow the suit to fit together as a second skin.

Download the Measurement Form or fill the online Form. Highly recommended to read, tips and instructions, in full before taking any measurement.


  • Do not take your own measurements.
  • A second party must take measurements.
  • Tie a string around the waistline for consistent measurements.
  • Refer to diagrams for exact points of measurements.
  • When Measuring, stand tall with your muscles relaxed and feet together.
  • Use a Flexible measuring take, such as plastic or cloth.
  • Don’t trust your memory, be sure to write the measurements.
  • Please measure yourself on your bare skin, not over clothes.
  • When measuring, apply constant pressure to the tape (so it doesn’t sag) without pinching the skin.
  • Measure under the same conditions each time, such as same clothes or none at all.


How to measure for the perfect fit motorcycle race suit, see the video below for the detailed instruction. Before taking your measurements follow the measurements tips.


ANeck Circumference At Collar:
Measure collar bellow Adam’s Apple
BChest Circumference:
Measure around center line of chest; at widest point standing straight up & down
CWaist Circumference:
Measure along center of waistline, 5cm below naval
DHip Circumference:
Measure along the center of the hip line at the widest point around hips
EThigh Circumference:
Measure at widest point around thigh
FKnee Circumference:
Measure at center of knee
GCalf Circumference:
Measure at widest point around calf
HAnkle Circumference:
Measure above ankle bone
INeck to Knee – Front:
Measure length from neck to center of the knee (knee to be bent as shown)
JNeck to Shoulder:
Measure from neck base to end of sleeve joint
KSleeve Joint Circumference:
Measure around arm at sleeve joint
LBicep Circumference:
Measure at the widest point around the bicep, with muscle taut
MElbow Circumference:
Measure around the arm at the elbow (arm to be bent as shown)
NForearm Circumference:
Measure at the largest point around the forearm, with muscle taut
OWrist Circumference:
Measure at widest point around wrist
PShoulder to Elbow:
Measure from sleeve joint to elbow point
QElbow to Wrist:
Measure from elbow to point to wrist
RShoulder To Shoulder – High:
Measure from top of shoulder across back from sleeve joint to sleeve joint
SNeck To Waist – Front:
Measure length from neck/shoulder to waistline
TNeck To Waist – back:
Measure from neck bast to waistline.
UWaist To Knee:
Measure from waistline to the center of knee
VKnee To Ankle:
Measure from the center of knee to the top of ankle
WCrotch To Knee:
Measure from the highest point in the crotch to the center of the knee on the inside leg
XFront Waistline To Back Waistline:
Measure from the front waistline, under the crotch to the rear waistline
YNeck To Ankle:
Measure from neck base to top of ankle
ZVertical Torso Circumference:
Measure from shoulder at the neck, down to the crotch, underneath, and back to starting point
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