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Freeman Fit Notes

The Freeman brand employs a couple different sizing schemes.  Here are a  few notes about them and a few tips for finding the best size for you.  

 Going back to our very first product - The Freeman Raincoat, we set out to build sizes that worked better than the lettered sizing one might often see.  Less subjective, the numbered sizing was built around actual measurements and gave us better ability to tailor fits so that if someone was between sizes, it wouldn't mean having to settle for something that was way too big.    Thus the 34-44 sizing scheme.   If we had to distill it down into simple terms, we'd say:

34 =  Extra Small

36 =  Small

38 =  Medium

40 =  Medium / Large

42 = Large

44 =  Extra Large

The Freeman Raincoat was designed with layering in mind so there is a little more roominess in the fit.  For this reason, its good to consider how you might be wearing it and with what companion pieces.    For example, If you find yourself considering a 38 or a 40, choose 38 for a more fitted look and 40 for a bit extra room for layering a sweater or similar item.

Scott is 5'10" and 155 lbs + wearing a size 36 Freeman Raincoat for a more fitted look.

In regards to the rest of our products we have opted for lettered sizing as folks are more accustomed to seeing this.  Weather it be our Weathervane shirts, or our Puget Crews, we'd say these run "true to size".   
Scott is 5'10" and 155 lbs + wearing a size M Weathervane Shirt


Scott is 5'10" and 155 lbs + wearing a size Medium Puget Crew


As always, every item has a detailed measurement chart within the product page.  A good practice is to compare the measurements of the item in question to the measurements of an item you currently own that fits well.   Should you have more questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to info@freemanseattle