The correct straps on the cuffs (metal buttons with 4 holes), plastic buttons on the hood. This is the latest (and most perfect) modification of the blouse. It has a large hood that can cover head with the helmet, and a veil covering the face.
How to choose your size?
To measure the length and the girth you need a flexible meter, or at least a rope. You can compare data from table below with any smock that you have that fits you.
• Chest - the girth of a bare chest, which fits into this smock with regard to the tunic worn, waist of these smocks = chest; the size in brackets is the width of the chest on the smock, laid on the floor.
• Sleevespan - a smock is flat on the floor, the sleeves are laid out to the sides, between one end and the other; the size in brackets is the same, but between the cuffs (the sleeve extends next to cuff for a wrist lenght to close it completely: the smock was originally intended for snipers). The buttoned strap should be on the wrist, and the rest of the sleeve is either trimmed or tucked!
• Length - the full length of the smock along the back; size in brackets - length from the collar to the waist. Other lenght never in stock!
The main size of the smock is the chest girth. You need to start with it. Other sizes either depend on it or are listed for reference. If you choose the size according to the principle “well, I wear L”, then you can be mistaken, because L is a conditional size, which means simply “large”. Divide centimeters by 2,54 to get inches.
|Iternational size||Russian size||Chest, cm||Sleevespan, cm||Length, cm|
|S||48||96 (65)||184 (154)||73 (50)|
If you do not understand the table and you need help, write or call us, we will help you to find the size.
You can choose the size you need from those in the list near "Add to Cart" button. If we don't have any size, you won't find it there. Other sizes may appear later.